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Bloomberg – Europe’s Phone Carriers Slump as Investors See No Relief

Plans like these have kept revenue per user flat at best. There’s little to indicate that the negative revenue trend will reverse, even with the next generation of mobile networks, Bengt Nordstrom, CEO of telecom consultancy Northstream AB, said at a seminar in Stockholm Thursday. Nordstrom said there also appears to be a lack of understanding […]
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Published October 18, 2018 in , , , .


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Total Telecom – International trade wars threaten to spark a 5G arms race – but is Europe even in the running?

Regardless of how quickly The UK can launch 5G, the general consensus is that Europe will struggle to bring 5G to market before the latter half of 2020 or even 2021. “5G it will be a phased introduction. It will begin in 2020 and then over the next 7 years or so it will reach […]
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Published July 5, 2018 in , , , , , , .


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Bloomberg – Telcos Move to Sharing Economy as Fiber Dream Grips Europe

Preliminary talks reported this week between Vodafone and BT Group Plc in the U.K., where full-fiber coverage sits at 2 percent, may widen a trend that’s also taken hold in Spain and Portugal, where fiber is directly available to more than 70 percent of buildings. “The cost of fiber is a problem,” said Bengt Nordstrom, a telecom […]
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Published September 12, 2017 in , , , , .


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Light Reading – Deutsche Telekom touts Europe’s first “5G” connection

Deutsche Telekom claims to have turned on Europe’s first 5G connection on a commercial network in Germany in a technology demonstration that hints at the nature of its next-generation mobile broadband plans from 2020 onwards. …. Nevertheless, a number of industry watchers do not think Europe will have widespread 5G networks in place for many […]
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Published September 12, 2017 in , , , .