In April 2019, LG Uplus became one of the first operators in the world to launch 5G. The South Korean telco's CTO Choi Taek-Jin explains how this early lead was achieved and discusses plans for future rollout.
After becoming the first European company to launch 5G, Sunrise former CEO Olaf Swantee explains how developing applications is the key to 5G uptake in the Swiss market.
Huawei Deputy Chairman Ken Hu explains that to make the most of 5G, we must overcome three major challenges in spectrum, site resources, and cross-sector collaboration.
Huawei's Ryan Ding explains the steps that carriers need to take with 5G to succeed in the B2B and B2C markets.
Huawei's Edward Deng explains why new capabilities in software algorithms are equally as important as powerful hardware capabilities to enable 5G to flourish.
Huawei ICT Infrastructure CMO Kevin Zhang explains how Huawei's Global Connectivity Index 2019 evolves the concept of Intelligent Connectivity and outlines the key takeaways of the report.
A key message at the 2019 Mobile Broadband Forum was the need for operators, regulators, and partners to collaborate on digital inclusion so that everyone, everywhere can benefit from technology.
With more than 50 operators already having launched 5G networks, one of the key messages at the 2019 Mobile Broadband Forum was how the 5G-powered digital economy must be green.
5G rollout is driving a massive digital revolution and boosting the global economy. For telcos, gearing up with 5G is the key to succeeding in the future digital society.Here's how they can do that.