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In a recent announcement by the Japanese Prime Minister, Fumido Kishida stated that the government expects 5G coverage to reach 99% of the country’s population by 2030. That’s an increase from less than 40% coverage as of 2020. 5G networks are expanding across the globe, and data centres must be prepared to meet the new… Read More
Thanks to an innovative new 5G radio from Ericsson, Vodafone UK have been able to reduce energy consumption by as much as 55% at peak times. In a trial using the Ericsson antenna-integrated radio solution (AIR 3227) on the roof of Vodafone’s office in Central London, average energy consumption fell by 43%, compared to the… Read More
Huawei collaborated with the “Leading Smart DC Program” Committee to jointly release the White Paper on Top 10 Trends of Data Center Facility, which offers insights into the trends currently leading transformation and provides references for promoting the healthy development of the data center industry.
The UK’s biggest mobile operators have committed to pay more than £1.3 billion in the first stage of latest bidding for airwaves for 5G networks. EE, O2, Three and Vodafone took part in the auction, run by telecoms regulator Ofcom as they looked to boost their current mobile services and support new 5G networks.
“Telecom operators making meaningful energy and cost reductions are doing so by evaluating the entire ecosystems around their network operations – people, objectives, infrastructure and partners,” said Scott Armul, vice president for global DC power and outside plant at Vertiv.