RFUANZ's Corey Weir brings us up to date with developments in memberships, partnerships, awards and collaborating with the wider industry.
The results of spectrum sharing tests that would permit commercial and military use in the US 3.5 GHz CBRS band have been handed to commercial participants.
The 5G Architecture Working Group's white paper aims to capture novel trends and key technological enablers for the realisation of 5G architecture.
T-Mobile, Qualcomm Technologies and Ericsson have achieved what they claim to be the world's first low-band 5G data session on a commercial 5G modem.
Verizon and Ericsson have introduced cloud-native, container-based technology onto the core of Verizon's active network during a proof-of-concept trial.
Don't delay — time is running out to register for ARCIA's 'Future trends in communications' conference, workshop and dinner event in Brisbane on 25 July.
The second 5G-Vertical User Workshop, held 9–10 July in Rome, aimed to help vertical industries become part of the standardisation process.
Motorola Solutions continues the expansion of its public safety portfolio through the acquisition of WatchGuard, a provider of video, camera and data systems.
Advantech has announced a partnership with electrical and electronic solutions provider Pacific Automation, aimed at Industrial IoT markets.
The partnership has its eye on 5G broadband solutions for the public security and professional communications markets.
In 1994, Telstra was offering HF direct dial solutions for remote communities, while in 2009 national proposals were being made to harmonise the 400 MHz band.
A forthcoming book will tell the story of the Australian Signals Directorate, the country's most secretive intelligence and cybersecurity agency.
The white paper provides deployment model recommendations and analysis, and encourages MNOs to work with end users.
Teltronic and cloud computing services provider Arsys have signed an agreement to provide telecommunications services in Spain and Portugal.
Myren, from the Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection, takes the place of BDBOS's Barbara Held, who has stepped down after six years.