5G is coming more quickly than we think: Intel’s Jayne Stancavage

By ITU News Fifth-generation mobile technology (5G) promises to offer a wide range of benefits for individuals, businesses, and society at large. It is also arriving more quickly than many expect, which means it’s an important time for serious conversations about appropriate 5G policies. That was one of the key messages of Jayne Stancavage, Global …

The 5G conference and the human chain across Segovia against 5G received news coverage across Spain.

This is from Sunday’s El Norte de Castilla: This is from Saturday’s El Adelantado: On Thursday, the 3rd Generation Partnership Project released the long-awaited specifications for 5G, including 5G satellites. This gives the go-ahead for commercial deployment of 5G on Earth and in Space. Mobile Industry Works Together to Deliver Complete 5G System Standard on Time 3GPP TSG #80 …

Global operators accelerate preparations for 5G technology: survey

Many global operators have accelerated preparations for fifth-generation technology, with trials being carried out by 78 per cent of respondents in the “5G Readiness Survey 2017”, conducted by Swedish tech giant Ericsson. Furthermore, 28 per cent of the respondents expect to deploy 5G next year. The survey also shows that operators have further developed their …