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  1. Nokia mulls asset sale or merger

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    2019 was a difficult year for Nokia, with the company struggling to keep the pace of its rivals Ericsson and Huawei.    In October, the company decreased its earnings forecast and halted its dividend, blaming its fall in profitability on its choice of expensive 5G components…

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  2. Ericsson Spectrum Sharing launches commercially

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    With the availability of spectrum always a thorn in operators’ sides, Ericsson has launched a new software solution that should allow them to get the maximum out of this precious resource.   Ericsson Spectrum Sharing (ESS) software allows 4G and 5G to share the same band and the same radio…

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  3. Deutsche Telekom’s new vRAN solution could worry vendors

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    The problem with standardised open RAN technology so far is that it simply does not compare to traditional systems when it comes to both performance and cost.    But a new breakthrough by Deutsche Telekom working with VMware and Intel could be about to make O…

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  4. A towering success: Cellnex revenue tops €1bn

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    Cellnex, touted as the biggest wireless infrastructure specialist in Europe, has been going from strength to strength in recent months.   It has been benefiting from a growing trend throughout Europe that has seen operators, such as Vodafone, Iliad, Telefonica, and Telecom Italia, look to offload their tower infrastructure in favour of quick cash.   …

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  5. Vodafone Australia prepares to launch 5G after bumpy 2019

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    Vodafone Australia is hoping it can turn things around after a troublesome 2019 saw its financials suffer.   With legal troubles surrounding its merger with TPG and issues relating to the national ban of Huawei…

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