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[Shanghai, May 20, 2022] On this year’s World Telecommunication and Information Society Day, China Mobile Shanghai (Shanghai Mobile) and Huawei released the result of their verification of China Mobile’s 5G network slicing-based cloud phones. The result shows that with 5G slices, China Mobile’s cloud phones can deliver optimal experience in multiple respects like bandwidth, latency,
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French telco group Orange is expanding its ‘Re’ scheme, which provides phone recycling, refurbishment, repairs and returns, across all the European regions it operates in. Orange’s ‘Re’ programme was launched in October 2020 with the aim of providing recycling, returns and refurbishment services, which it says is part of its commitment to the circular economy
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Much-maligned Rich Communication Services (RCS) are said to be proving their worth to advertisers. This is according to mobile marketing specialist Upstream, which published statistics on Thursday that show click-through rates (CTRs) as high as 22.2 percent for adverts delivered via RCS. That compares to around 2 percent for a typical online ad. Then there
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UK-based satellite firm Inmarsat has completed trials of the terrestrial element of its Orchestra network, the portion designed to ease congestion in busy shipping ports. And it’s not the only satellite player looking to improve services for shipping. Its announcement came a day after OneWeb and Navarino teamed up to expand the availability of LEO
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US neighbour Canada is the last of the ‘Five Eyes’ intelligence alliance to formally ban Chinese vendors from its mobile networks. The move was announced by the Canadian government via a published policy statement, headlined ‘Securing Canada’s Telecommunications System’. “The Government of Canada has serious concerns about suppliers such as Huawei and ZTE who could
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How rApp ecosystems drive network optimization, service monetization and user experience – Telecoms.com https://telecoms.com/wp-content/themes/telecoms.com/assets/images/dummy/tcoms-logo.png Partner Resources Written by Ericsson 7 minutes ago The ability to intelligently automate radio access networks is key to reducing operational costs and improve customer experience. Ericsson’s service management and orchestration (SMO) platform, The Ericsson Intelligent Automation Platform, extends the O-RAN
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