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Source: https://www.voanews.com/east-asia-pacific/voa-news-china/chinese-5g-not-living-its-hype By John Xie October 10, 2020 Mounted on rooftops, utility poles and streetlights throughout China since last year are hundreds of thousands of high-tech wireless towers for 5G, a powerful sign of the country’s ambition to lead in new technology. Yet many of them are operational for only half the day. China Unicom, one...
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Source https://www.iol.co.za/business-report/economy/telecom-regulator-should-look-into-lowering-price-of-5g-at-auction-b81d0bb3-db3e-45f7-8d39-5b7ae432549a By Siphelele Dludla  JOHANNESBURG – World Wide Worx said on Friday that the telecommunications regulator should look into lowering the price of the 5G frequency spectrum auction so that South Africa could enjoy the best quality internet services. In a study released on Friday, World Wide Worx managing director Arthur Goldstuck said communications...
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The European Commission (EC) pressed for collaboration among member countries to accelerate and ease 5G deployments, including cutting red tape, improving access to spectrum, and cross-border coordination on frequency assignment. In a document outlining recommendations for the development of high speed fibre and 5G services across the economic bloc, it called on European Union countries...
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Athira Nortajuddin 15 September 2020 Extract, to read the full article please see: https://theaseanpost.com/article/pandemic-hits-smartphone-market-hard Plunged Demand According to a recent report by GfK, in January to July 2020, the smartphone market value in the Asia-Pacific region declined by 20 percent to just over US$119 billion – almost US$30 billion less than the same period last...
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September 15, 2020By BBC Wires HICKORY, NC — Fifth-generation wireless (5G) is the next major phase of mobile communications. 5G is set to deliver higher data transfer rates for mission-critical communications and will allow massive broadband capacities, enabling high-speed communication across various applications such as the Internet of Things (IoT), robotics, advanced analytics and artificial intelligence. According...
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Mon, Aug 24, 2020 A majority of Taiwanese are not inclined to switch to 5G service within the next six months, as most of them are waiting for the cost to drop, an online poll released on Thursday by 1111 Job Bank (111人力銀行) showed. The nation’s three major telecoms have launched 5G services over the...
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