A list for the first 50 5G sites to be built by Ericsson has just been released by Optus.
TPG Telecom will write off $228m from the value of its investments in its mobile network due to the decision to abandon the rollout.
Citing the federal government's decision to ban Huawei equipment in 5G rollouts, TPG Telecom will cease the deployment of its mobile network.
Telstra, Optus, Vodafone, TPG and UK-based Dense Air have paid a combined $853 million for spectrum in a key 5G frequency band.
Key drivers for 5G deployment include increased network capacity, lower cost per gigabyte and new use case requirements.
A new report suggests that operators are using residential fixed wireless access (FWA) in order to be among the first to implement a 5G mobile service.
Spirit Telecom will deliver fast internet to the Horsham region, after it signed a $1.7 million deal with the Victorian Government.
According to a new study, nearly half of all mobile connections in North America will be running on 5G networks by 2025.
The benefits of 5G will be severely compromised if the challenges of siting for outdoor cells are not addressed in a timely manner.
There's "still plenty of life left in 4G" says Telstra's Mike Wright, as the telco pushes forward with increasing network speeds.
Vodafone has deployed what it is calling a '4.9G' mobile phone site in Sydney's Parramatta in a trial of pre-5G technology.
Telstra says its mobile voice and data services "have returned to normal levels" following a widespread outage that hit this morning.
The first Optus public showcase using its live 5G network will provide visitors with a hands-on experience of what is possible with 5G technology.
Telstra, Ericsson, NETGEAR and Qualcomm have achieved 4G speeds of up to 2 Gbps in lab testing using a new commercially available chipset.
Customers rated Vodafone last for both mobile and broadband services in Consumer NZ's latest survey.