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Movistar aims to launch 5G in Mexico using AT&T’s infra: Report

Movistar Mexico is currently evaluating 5G plans and the technological infrastructure necessary Mexican operator Movistar, owned by Spanish telecommunications company Telefonica, is considering a launch of 5G in Mexico via a network sharing agreement with AT&T, according to recent press reports. “The infrastructure sharing model that...

Rakuten acquires JTower stake to reduce network rollout costs

Japanese mobile operator Rakuten Mobile and compatriot firm JTower have entered a capital alliance with the aim of sharing infrastructure in indoors and outdoors environments, the latter said in a release. Under the terms of the deal, the two companies will share equipment and towers...

SoftBank, KDDI select Nokia for Japan’s shared RAN

Nokia has been selected by Japanese mobile operators SoftBank and KDDI as one of the vendors to deploy Japan’s shared Radio Access Network. The Finnish vendor noted that this deployment will deliver 5G services to both SoftBank and KDDI subscribers in the Asian country. As...

How multi-carrier small cells fit into the enterprise

Most enterprises, regardless of size, can benefit from reliable, cellular in-building wireless connectivity. While Wi-Fi certainly has its place in enabling a multitude of enterprise applications, the capacity, latency and reliability of cellular provides a valuable complement, particularly given the increasing adoption of internet...

Deloitte: Massive fiber investment imperative to 5G success

$150 billion fiber investment needed to support network densification ahead of 5G, according to Deloitte analysts To keep up with current and future demand for mobile broadband, particularly in the context of future 5G network services, the U.S. needs to invest between $130 billion and...

Moving in-building forward with shared infrastructure and neutral host

DALLAS – Randall Schwartz, founder and consultant at broadband wireless consulting firm Wireless 20/20, gave a number of recommendations for breaking the dam holding back in-building deployment in a workshop titled "In-building wireless – how to create a win-win-win business model" at the recent...

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