Ericsson is mulling over base station production in Russia
Swedish company Ericsson is conducting an audit of a site in Russia’s region of Kaliningrad. According to Kommersant Daily, the company wants to know if it can build telecom base stations there. The Russian publication cited unnamed telecom industry sources.
Russia has said it plans to extend ... Read more
Red Hat and Intel work together to capture the emerging 5G market
Red Hat and Intel announced that they would take the next step in their partnership, calling it an evolution that would align their products with the 5G market. Carriers will spend billions upgrading their systems to the 5G standard, which will boost LTE connection levels by up to 100 times.
The... Read more
Surface Pro 7+ offers new processor and 4G connectivity
Microsoft has announced its latest Surface Pro. It is a relatively minor update to the Surface Pro 7 that came out in 2020. The tablet is specifically aimed at the business market.
As the name suggests, there are no large-scale changes to the Surface Pro 7+, so our review of the Surface Pro 7 wi... Read more
Microsoft jumps into 5G with Azure cloud for telcos
The move is sure to increase competition for existing 5G service vendors.
Microsoft has introduced Azure Edge Zones, a new platform to help carriers deploy 5G solutions with more speed and lower cost than previously.
In a blog post, Yousef Khalidi, corporate vice president for Azure Network... Read more
Researchers find 36 new vulnerabilities in the LTE protocol
A group of academics from South Korea has discovered 36 new vulnerabilities in the Long-Term Evolution (LTE) standard used by thousands of mobile networks and hundreds of millions of users worldwide. LTE is a 4G technique.
The vulnerabilities allow attackers to interrupt mobile base stations, block ... Read more