Ericsson has released the 22nd edition of its Mobility Report, which projects 4.4 billion 5G subscriptions by 2027.
Around one-third of Australian consumers are willing to pay more for 5G, according to a new report from management consultancy Oliver Wyman.
New research shows that employees with full autonomy to choose where they work are happier in their job, yet only one in five are able to do so.
As organisations gain more confidence in the benefits of 5G, those that are working with it now will be ahead in what is a race to becoming a leader through digital innovation.
Slow enterprise adoption of 5G and an aging telecom policy regime could threaten Australia's standing as a mobile world leader, a new report claims.
Telstra and Ericsson have completed the world's first live deployment of Ericsson Private 5G network technology in regional Australia.
TPG has completed trials of Samsung's 5G vRAN and integrated mmWave 5G equipment on the 26 GHz band, said to be the first of their kind in Australia.
Australian enterprise is investing heavily into mobile technology and security, but new research says poor integration is undoing the benefits.
US telco Verizon has collaborated with Samsung and Qualcomm to set a new 5G upload speed record of 711 Mbps using the mmWave spectrum.
The e-Taiwan Project is preserving monuments and artefacts through the use of digital modelling.
Drone delivery company Wing has partnered with Vicinity Centres to pilot an on-demand drone delivery service from the rooftop of the Grand Plaza in Queensland.
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TPG Telecom has contracted Ericsson to deploy a cloud-native 5G standalone core network as part of the Vodafone 5G rollout.
The federal government has instructed the ACCC to set bid limits for the upcoming 850/900 MHz 5G auction to ensure no operator can monopolise low-band spectrum.
The ACCC has commenced proceedings against Telstra, Optus and TPG, accusing the companies of accepting payments for underperforming NBN services.