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Sir David Attenborough is to be holographically beamed before people’s eyes via an augmented reality app, as part of a trial to demonstrate the potential of 5G.
Experts from across the data centre spectrum review a year unlike any other – and preview what they think lies ahead in 2021.d
“Adding satellites to existing terrestrial 5G infrastructure is essential to ensure a reliable and safe telecommunications network that supports such connectivity which in turn promotes a seamless and more environmentally friendly experience. Investing in space improves life on Earth.”
A Bill that would give the Government greater powers to shut out high-risk vendors from the UK’s telecoms infrastructure will be laid before Parliament on Tuesday.
The Telecommunications (Security) Bill would create national security powers capable of imposing controls on when – if at all – a telecoms firm could use material supplied by companies such as Huawei.
Ericsson has completed its $1bn acquisition of wireless network company Cradlepoint in an all-cash deal.
The Swedish networking and telecommunications technology powerhouse announced its intent to purchase US-based Cradlepoint, which primarily sells 3G/4G/LTE routers and modems to service providers and enterprises needing private networks, in September.