Ericsson network software fault leads to mobile service disruptions in multiple countries

Ericsson has admitted a fault in its network software has caused major mobile service outages in “multiple countries”. The company said the problem is thought to be due to an

Fleet Space launches first IoT nanosatellites

Adelaide based satellite company Fleet Space Technologies has launched the first two of its planned fleet of 100 commercial nanosatellites and two demonstration satellites to test its communications technology. Its

Belgian Cybersecurity Centre to look at Huawei procurement risks

The Belgian Cybersecurity Centre plans to look into potential risks for the country from using equipment from Huawei and other Chinese suppliers, reports De Tijd. Huawei is already a supplier

Cosmote achieves live speeds above 12Gbps during 5G test

Cosmote said its 5G test network achieved live speeds above 12Gbps, 60 times higher than today’s 4G/LTE speeds. The test was conducted in an open space of the Municipality of

Beeline expands IoT services for car-sharing companies

Russian mobile operator Beeline, controlled by the Veon Group, has expanded its IoT service user base among car-sharing companies. The operator’s IoT Sims are currently installed on 13,000 cars providing

Docomo, Rohde&Schwarz conduct radio wave propagation experiments at frequencies up to 150 GHz

NTT Docomo and Rohde & Schwarz have joined forces to set up an ultra-wideband channel sounder for mobile communications exceeding 100 GHz. They conducted radio wave propagation experiments at frequencies

Nokia prepares for 5G with new fixed-mobile access division, lets go of Mobile Networks chief

Nokia has created a new division that will put its focus fully on 5G. The Access Networks division will be made up of Nokia’s current Mobile Networks and Fixed Networks

Altair Semiconductor, Jig-Saw partner on LTE-enabled sensors for industrial IoT

Altair Semiconductor partnered with Jig-Saw to create LTE-enabled sensors for a wide variety of industrial IoT applications. The partnership combines Altair’s dual-mode Cat-M/NB-IoT ALT1250 chipset with Jig-Saw’s software control technology

Microchip Technology introduces highly integrated LoRa SiP family

Microchip Technology introduced a highly integrated LoRa System-in-Package (SiP) family with an ultra-low-power 32-bit microcontroller (MCU), sub-GHz RF LoRa transceiver and software stack to accelerate the development of LoRa-based connected

FCC starts auction of first 5G high band spectrum

The Federal Communications Commission confirmed the start of its first high-band 5G spectrum auction. Bidding starts with the 28 GHz band and then will go to the 24 GHz band, with