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MWC 2020 preview

Some of the headline topics for MWC 2020 appear pretty generic – connectivity in the 5G era and the commercial implications of the (fairly meaningless) industry X concept – reflecting the continuing desire to create the broad church of the mobile ecosystem. However,...

A problem shared…

Much has been made of a recent wobble in the progress of the UK’s shared rural network (SRN) initiative, with the Financial Times reporting that BT  wants the rural network-sharing deal currently being negotiated with its rivals to reflect the larger investment made...

What sunsetting 2G means for consumers

While the rollout of 5G networks regularly hogs the headlines, indications that in the UK 2G networks will face switch off sooner rather than later have failed to achieve the same level of attention – at least in consumer media – despite the significant applications...

Quantifying the economic impact of 5G

5G is frequently qualitatively promoted as an enabler of smarter working, leading to significant operational benefits and hence productivity gains. Less recognised, but nevertheless as important, are the potential socio-economic benefits for industrial and public...

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The Potential Impact of Switching off 2G in the UK

While the UK has started the deployment of 5G networks, the older 2G networks will inevitably face switch off (or sunset) at some point. This is despite being relied on by the elderly, users in rural locations and numerous machine-to-machine (M2M) applications, such...

Connected stadiums

While football continues behind closed doors, it’s reassuring to know that when fans are able to return, their connectivity needs are well taken care of. In a recent article published in the Radio Times, they rated the best 12 football stadiums in the world. Real...

Regulation: progressive or obstructive?

Regulation of telecommunications is not, as some operators may feel, a chance to hold back progress. At least it shouldn’t be. Then again, there have been many examples that, if they became the norm, would genuinely give telecommunications regulation a bad name....

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