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The home of on trend news stories, articles, and reports focused around 5G networks and technologies

Exclusive Report: 5G Beyond the Hype


The Asia-Pacific region is all set to be a global forerunner as the race for fifth-generation (5G) cellular connectivity gathers pace. With commercial 5G networks already available in countries such as South Korea and Australia, the Philippines and China all set to begin roll-out in 2019 and Chinese tech giant Huawei playing a leading role in the development of 5G infrastructure globally, the APAC region is certain to leave its stamp on the next phase in the evolution of connectivity.


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- The real use-cases and monetization opportunities 

- Overview of 5G roll-out across the APAC region

- Use-cases driving 5G investment across Asia

- 5G challenges facing Telcos

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Consumer 5G Pricing- The Quest for Monetization Falls Short


Operators need to monetize 5G. But if consumers are to be charged a premium, 5G has to offer something tangibly more for their money. April 2019 was a busy month for the 5G pricing story. Five operators – Verizon in the US, Swisscom, and all three Korean telcos – launched commercial services. So, what was the outcome? 

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- The 5G consumer in context 

- How operators are charging for 5G mobile

- How operators are charging for 5G FWA

- Differentiators of 5G: New and Old 

Mohamed Madkour VP at Huawei - Discusses the Future of 5G in Asia


The latest news and insights from Telecoms.com

Four Chinese operators are awarded 5G licences

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, both the government policy making body and the telecom regulator in China, announced earlier this week that 5G licences would be awarded soon. It turned out the market did not need to wait for too long. On Thursday, 6 June 2019, all the four state-owned telecom operators were awarded 5G commercial licences. These include China Mobile, the world’s biggest mobile operator by subscriber numbers, China Telecom, the world’s largest integrated telecom operator by subscriber numbers...

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Service Innovation: Accelerating 5G Development

At MWC Shanghai 2019, Huawei Deputy Chair Ken Hu gave an update on Huawei’s progress in 5G deployment, sharing concrete examples of how service innovation and cross-industry collaboration are driving the next phase of growth in 5G.

“The networks themselves are the foundation of everything, but the future of 5G development will rely heavily on services. 5G-enabled service innovation will help us push network performance to the next level, and help operators get greater returns on their 5G investment.”...

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Huawei powered Chinese operators trial 5G for industry verticals

The trial was carried out in Beijing, China, and the use case was a corporate video conference. It used 8K cameras to capture live video, which was then sent to the 5G SA core network through China Mobile’s 5G gNodeBs base stations. The data was then processed (encoded and decoded) by Baidu servers on the same network, then sent to the conference room for the 8K live video broadcast...

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CONGRATULATIONS TO AZIZI A. HADI, EVP & CEO AT TM ONE FOR WINNING THE 2019 OPERATOR CXO OF THE YEAR AWARD!


The 5G Asia Operator CxO of the Year recognises the outstanding achievements of an individual working in the mobile telecommunications industry. The award celebrates an exemplary individual who is a true guru in the industry, able to influence the current developments for LTE and also influence the future of 5G network developments and technologies.