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  • Some big tech firms cut employees' access to Huawei, muddying 5G rollout

    Some of the world's biggest tech companies have told their employees to stop talking about technology and technical standards with counterparts at Huawei Technologies Co Ltd in response to the recent US blacklisting of the Chinese tech firm, according to people familiar with the matter.

  • Huawei says launches 'world's first' 5G communications hardware for autos

    China’s Huawei Technologies launched what it says the world’s first 5G communications hardware for the automotive industry, in a sign of its growing ambitions to become a key supplier to the sector for self-driving technology.

  • S Korea launches 5G ahead of other countries

    South Korea launches the world's first nationwide 5G mobile networks two days early, its top mobile carriers says, in a late-night scramble to be the first providers of the super-fast wireless technology.

  • 5G rollout by 2021

    Customers' appetite for data is expanding every year, compelling mobile operators to increase their capacity and invest huge amounts of money in it, said experts and representatives from mobile operators and vendors yesterday.

  • 5G internet service in Bangladesh

    Country to enter 5G era through Teletalk

    Fifth generation (5G) mobile technology will be rolled out by the state-owned mobile operator Teletalk in the country before any other telecom operators, Telecom Minister Mustafa Jabbar says.

  • What 5G office looks like: No more desktops or cables

    They have no entrance pass for security or card to swipe through a reader. All they need is their smartphones connected to the fifth-generation network. They enter through a door with face recognition and immediately start working at reserved desks after connecting their phones on a docking pad to a cloud computing system. No desktops or heavy desktop computers and cables are needed with the 5G virtual desktop infrastructure system.

  • Huawei announces 5G smartphone based on own technology

    Chinese tech giant Huawei announced plans Wednesday to release a next-generation smartphone based on its own technology instead of US components, stepping up efforts to compete with Western industry leaders in the face of Washington’s warnings the company might be a security risk.

  • OAM technology

    Record-breaking 100Gbps wireless transmission

    Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) in Japan has successfully demonstrated the world's first 100Gbps wireless transmission, using a new technology that already surpasses the upcoming 5G standard. But this new tech, called Orbital Angular Momentum (OAM) multiplexing, isn't likely to roll out on a large scale before 2030.