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.
Connectivity is a vital part of digital inclusion, but with less than 60 percent of the world’s population able to access the Internet as of June 2019, there’s still some way to go. Here's how FWA can bridge the gap.
The big three Chinese operators launched 5G services on October 31, 2019, instantly becoming global 5G leaders with nearly 10 million advance orders. Here's how their success will turbo-charge global deployment.
5G networks are already having a transformational impact on several industries. Read more about some of the cases explored at the 2019 Mobile Broadband Forum.
Collaboration is the key to success. Here's how the Open Site initiative is bringing stakeholders together to pioneer a brighter future for all by creating collaborative site ecosystems.
2019 marked the first year of commercial 5G adoption in South Korea. In this issue of WinWin, we explore the latest trends and impact of this game-changing technology.
“If our goal is to build an intelligent world, both connections and computing are key – they’re inseparable.” Read Huawei Chairman Ken Hu's Huawei’s keynote speech on Huawei's computing strategy in full.