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Xiaomi is one of very few new brands in the laptop space, but its huge footprint across the Indian smartphone and TV markets means that it isn’t a new name. Brand recognition and trust are important when spending large amounts of money. Of course, the Chinese giant is best known for offering excellent value in
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Telecoms.com periodically invites expert third parties to share their views on the industry’s most pressing issues. In this piece Susan James, senior director of Telecommunications Strategy at Red Hat, explains why she things edge computing will enable CSPs to maximise their 5G capabilities, strike up partnerships with hyperscalers and flourish as cloud-native players. The edge conversation
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Verizon has teamed up with Nokia to support its mission to provide private 5G networks internationally. Tuesday’s announcement marked the formal launch of the US operator’s international private 5G platform for enterprises in Europe and the Asia-Pacific. Verizon’s self-contained enterprise 5G networks will use Nokia’s Digital Automation Cloud and are geared towards large businesses with
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The largest smartphone maker you’ve never heard of is finally venturing to Europe as Vivo brings over a full range of devices. Vivo is consistently the sixth-biggest smartphone vendor by units shipped but, until recently, that was almost entirely down to Chinese consumers. Huawei made its international move a decade ago and then, more recently,
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Telecoms.com periodically invites expert third parties to share their views on the industry’s most pressing issues. In this piece Paul Miller, CTO at Wind River, looks at interdependency between edge cloud and vRAN as operators contemplate their 5G strategies. The promise of 5G is huge; from the expansion of IoT and smart cities, all the
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During a trial of OpenRAN technology in the Netherlands, Vodafone and NEC managed to make a voice call, using the disruptive new radio technology. NEC is a major player in OpenRAN, which seeks to disaggregate the various components in a cellular base station, such that operators can pick-and-choose their vendor for each bit. Its most
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On the second day of the 6th Ultra-Broadband Forum (UBBF) held online, Huawei’s Executive Director and President of the Carrier Business Group Ryan Ding gave his keynote speech “Intelligent Experiences Unlock New Value”. Over the past five years, Huawei, along with its partners, has worked together to define the industrial value that gigaband and premium
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SK Telecom has teamed up with Uber to launch a new joint venture in the taxi market in South Korea that will also look ahead to future mobility technologies, such as flying cars. Uber will invest a total of US$150 million in the as-yet unnamed venture and in SKT’s broader mobility business. SKT is spinning
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