Updated 11:29 AM EDT, Tue, Jun 16, 2020

Make CT Your Homepage

5G Technology

The AT&T logo is seen on the side of a service van in Des Plaines, Illinois.

AT&T Starts 5G Technology Tests in Austin, Texas

In a race towards 5G network adoption, reports claim that AT&T have started testing the next generation data transfer technology. In a statement posted on the company’s official blog post, AT&T said that it will start testing 5G technologies in the real world through its partnership with Ericsson and Intel. The company added that the tests will take place in one of the company’s offices in Austin, Texas.

China Mobile has 850 million subscribers.

China Mobile to Start 5G Tests in 2017

China Mobile has announced its plan of launching the trial run of 5G technology by 2017, rolling out around 10,000 5G base stations by 2020.

5G Technology in China.

China and Taiwan to Collaborate on 5G Technology Research

China and Taiwan's telecom companies plan to join hands to enhance research and cooperation on the fifth generation (5G) mobile network technology. The move was announced at the cross-straits CEO summit in Xiamen, Fujian province.

Nokia And Microsoft Announce New Lumia Handset

Nokia, China Telecom Sign 4G Expansion Agreement in China

Finnish vendor Nokia and state-owned China Telecom have signed an agreement to expand 4G technology deployment across 19 provinces in the mainland, permitting China Telecom to enhance its coverage and capacity "while paving the way toward the introduction of 5G technology."

 Unicom booth at China International Exhibition Center

Chinese 5G Technology Likely to Play Major Role in Eeropean Telecom Sector

As China and the European Union (EU) moves in the same direction to bring cutting-edge 5G technology to the masses, there have been efforts to promote co-operation between both parties to work together to derive maximum benefit.

#MWC16: visitors check on cellphones during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

#MWC16: Chinese Tech Firms Showcase 5G Innovations

Technologies to be utilized on the upcoming fifth-generation telecom networks are magnetizing spectators' interest during the Mobile World Congress this week in Barcelona, with Chinese companies sporting most of these products including South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co and Nokia Corp.

Real Time Analytics