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China plans 5G coverage for world's longest sea bridge – CNET

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge opened in October and China says it’s ready to add 5G coverage next year. Getty Images China will bring the next generation of wireless technology to the world’s longest sea bridge. The 34-mile (55 km) bridge, which opened last month and links Hong Kong, Macau and the mainland Chinese city of Zhuhai by road, has been ... Read More »

Hong Kong can lead in testing new 5G services – EJ Insight

Though the fifth-generation of mobile service (5G) is expected to become popular only in mid to late 2030s when killer applications are introduced, the new technology is undoubtedly the future for the coming 10 to 20 years, given the unlimited potential in applications — from smart-home security to remote patient monitoring to autonomous vehicles. IHS Markit, a research firm, estimated ... Read More »

OnePlus' 5G smartphone will not be the OnePlus 7 – Android Authority

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Android Authority OnePlus' 5G smartphone will not be the OnePlus 7Android AuthorityOnePlus already confirmed that it would release a 5G-capable smartphone in 2019, but it has said very little else since that announcement. That changed this weekend, when a OnePlus spokesperson spoke with CNET about the company's upcoming 5G …OnePlus to release 5G enabled handset early ... Read More »

Verizon opens 5G lab dedicated to tech for first responders – CNET

Firefighters and other first responders will have access to the 5G tech that comes out of this lab. Digital First Media/Orange Count Verizon is one of the industry’s leaders in 5G, and its 5G development extends beyond making your mobile data speeds faster. On Thursday, Verizon announced its 5G First Responder Lab, an innovation incubator for public safety tech that uses ... Read More »

Vodafone NZ preps network for 5G – ZDNet

Vodafone New Zealand has announced partnering with Ciena to upgrade its mobile network to enable support across 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), and ultra high-definition video. By adding programmable capabilities to its network, Vodafone New Zealand said it will also better support enterprise customers, which will now be able to use a digital user interface to request additional capacity across ... Read More »

New Verizon 5G Lab will drive the development of 5G use cases for public safety – Verizon Communications

WASHINGTON DC – Verizon has been a trusted partner to public safety agencies nationwide for decades, and now we’re looking for innovators to help us guide them into the future by accelerating the development of 5G technology for first responders. Today, Verizon, in partnership with Responder Corp, announced the launch of its 5G First Responder Lab, a first-of-its-kind innovation incubator ... Read More »

Nokia signs €2b deals with Chinese carriers ahead of 5G – ZDNet

Nokia has announced signing deals worth €2 billion with China Mobile, China Telecom, and China Unicom, which will see it deliver radio, fixed access equipment, IP routing, optical transport equipment, software-defined networking (SDN) products, and services to the carriers by the end of 2019. The agreements will set up the providers for the “transition to 5G”, Nokia Shanghai Bell president ... Read More »

Tech Stocks Could Really Use 5G Right About Now – Barron's

Photograph by Jeremy Perkins 5G is coming and it could be enough to lift the cloud that has descended on technology hardware stocks. And what a cloud it is. Apple (AAPL) is cutting phone production; automotive markets are slowing; and industrial markets are decelerating, albeit from a healthy level. All in all, the economy is looking a little wonky. Cyclical ... Read More »