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Qualcomm claims mmWave milestone


Qualcomm Technologies has announced the achievement of what it calls “groundbreaking” 5G standalone (SA) mmWave performance during recent tests. The organisation anticipates that the results of the tests will lay the groundwork for expanded deployments of commercial mmWave.

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France awards key public safety broadband contract


The French Ministry of the Interior and Overseas Territories has appointed the ‘Package 2 integrator’ in relation to its Réseau Radio du Futur (RRF) project. The contract was won by a consortium ...

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Nokia industrial 5G field-router receives upgrade


Finnish telecoms giant Nokia has announced the development of enhanced versions of its industrial 5G field-router and XR20 smartphones to allow for their use in hazardous, flammable, explosive and ...

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Siemens gets on board with German AI trains


German technology giant Siemens has announced its backing for a €23m research project which aims to develop the automatic operation of driverless trains through artificial intelligence (AI).

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Alstom brings Teltronic onboard for RRTS


French rolling stock manufacturer Alstom has agreed a deal with critical communications specialist Teltronic to deliver mission critical services for its new Delhi to Meerut Regional Rapid Transit ...

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