Ericsson funds research to make 6G available by 2030
Network equipment manufacturer Ericsson plans to invest tens of millions of euros in UK-based 6G research. The organization expects 6G networks to be commercially available by 2030.
Ericsson supplies 5G equipment to the UK's largest mobile network operators. The Swedish organization recently an... Read more
Telco providers collaborate on universal cloud software framework
Five major telecom providers will collaborate on interoperable cloud solutions for the telecom industry.
The initiative was dubbed Project Sylva. The project will be hosted by the Linux Foundation. Project Sylva consists of a collaboration among five major European telecom providers: Telefonica... Read more
EU doesn’t just want to implement standards, but set them too
The European Union is taking a Eurocentric approach to standardizing technology. On Wednesday, the European Commission presented a plan to strengthen its influence in creating global tech standards. The sentiment is that the bloc is falling behind in global standardization organizations.
The org... Read more
EU wants Apple to adopt standardized iPhone charging system by 2024
The new rules will also apply to iPads and other Apple devices. Apple needs to dump the Lightning-port and switch to USB Type C. All manufacturers also need to switch to an interoperable fast-charging standard.
This week the European Commission plans to present a legislative proposal to force m... Read more
New 5G standards take network to the next level
3GPP, the collective for the standardisation of telecommunications networks, has approved a number of projects aimed at taking 5G to a higher level. These projects should eventually become functional on multiple platforms and devices.
Release 16 of the collective should be completed by the middl... Read more