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Why Canada Must Protect its 5G Networks from Huawei – The National Interest Online

The introduction of 5G technology, along with its promise and challenges, has led to a transformational debate in Canada—as it has amongst many of Ottawa’s partners and allies around the world. Front and centre for Canada is the potential role of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei in such a next generation network. In order to address this question, the government of ... Read More »

T-Mobile gets closer to launching nationwide 5G on low-band spectrum – ZDNet

T-Mobile, in coordiation with Qualcomm and Ericsson, hit an important milestone in its efforts to roll out a nationwide 5G network on low-band spectrum. The three companies achieved the first-ever low-band 5G data session on a commercial 5G modem.  The data session was conducted in T-Mobile’s lab in Bellevue, Washington on 600 MHz — the spectrum on which T-Mobile plans ... Read More »

The lowdown on 5G in mid-2019: where it's at with AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile – FierceWireless

5G is still in its infancy, and many of the most extraordinary features of the technology won’t see the light of day for years to come. But progress is being made, and roughly half-way through the year, the first 5G smartphones are commercially available, and all four top U.S. carriers have launched mobile 5G services in select areas. Granted, coverage ... Read More »

US mobile speeds are slow. 5G might not fix the problem. – Vox.com

It’s no secret that US internet connectivity speeds pale in comparison to those in much of the developed world. But a new report shows that we’re falling even further behind — and the advent of new, faster wireless technology that would need to build off of existing, suboptimal infrastructure could further hinder US technological dominance and amplify the country’s digital ... Read More »

T-Mobile, Qualcomm fire up first 600 MHz 5G data call on commercial modem – FierceWireless

T-Mobile and Qualcomm have notched an achievement on the path to nationwide 5G. The companies, along with partner Ericsson, successfully completed a data call on 600 MHz frequency division duplex (FDD) spectrum using Qualcomm’s commercial Snapdragon X55 modem. The milestone is important because the first 5G smartphones on the market (all powered by Qualcomm’s X50 modem) aren’t capable of supporting ... Read More »