Seven hundred and fifty mobile base stations have been installed under the Mobile Black Spot Program, marking over 70% completion of the 1047 base stations funded so far.
Ericsson and Tele2 have launched what they claim is Russia's first 5G zone, via Tele2's commercial network in central Moscow.
The DIST-ICT200DB-12IRC/MIL has been engineered and tested to meet the challenging MIL-STD-810G standard for harsh environmental and battlefield conditions.
The UK government has launched a competition that will see UK and South Korean businesses pilot 5G technology on Seoul subways.
Autonomous drones have successfully been flown by Percepto over SK Telecom's 5G trial network.
Mobile and broadband services are being rolled out in rural areas of the Northern Territory by the NT Government and Telstra.
NetComm has expanded its Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) portfolio with the launch of the NTC-220 4G LTE Category 1 Industrial IoT Router, which will deliver secure medium-bandwidth connectivity using universally available LTE networks.
Under Round 4 of the Mobile Black Spot Program (MBSP), another 180 new base stations will be established across regional Australia.
5G is on track for 2020 in New Zealand, with the first allocation of spectrum to be the 3.5 GHz band.
With 5G network launches on the rise, 5G will account for 15% of the global mobile industry by 2025, according to GSMA.