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SDxCentral | January 13, 2020
Samsung is bolstering its ability to serve U.S. carriers like Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and Sprint as the operators roll out 5G services through the acquisition of Virginia-based vendor TeleWorld Solutions (TWS) for an undisclosed sum. The move could make Samsung a more compelling vendor alternative to rivals Nokia and Ericsson, and help alleviate some of the pressure domestic operators are facing because the government has banned the use of equipment and services from China-based vendors Huaw...
PR Newswire | January 19, 2020
KT Corporation (KRX: 030200;NYSE: KT), Korea's largest telecommunications company, and the Samsung Medical Center (SMC) announced last week that they have jointly developed an innovative, 5G-powered medical service as an initial step to establishing a 5G smart hospital. For the pilot project, KT built an enterprise-dedicated 5G network at the SMC, created service environments in operating and proton therapy rooms, and conducted a test operation. Based on the project's outcome, the two pa...
Mavenir | September 14, 2022
Deutsche Telekom and Mavenir announced the successful delivery and deployment of cloud-native 5G Core to Deutsche Telekom in Germany. Deutsche Telekom selected Mavenir as the supplier for software applications to run on its defined hardware and the existing Kubernetes-based platform of its German business, ensuring an open architecture approach. As part of the deployment process, the Converged Packet Core was integrated with Telekom’s existing multi-vendor access network and other system c...
The Verge | February 05, 2020
The Trump administration is trying to accelerate efforts to break ties with Chinese tech giant Huawei when it comes to building out next-generation 5G cell networks, The Wall Street Journal reports. The goal is to create common engineering standards for 5G networks that would allow tech and telecom companies to use US-made equipment over Huawei’s. As it stands right now, Huawei is the world’s leading telecom hardware provider, and its best-in-class products are sold to large companie...
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