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AT&T's 5G trials could deliver speeds around 5 Gbps this year

AT&T will start a 5G trial with "friendly" customers by the end of this year, delivering a multi-gigabit, fixed type of service, according to a keynote at the Big Communications Event (BCE) 2016 in Austin, Texas.

German researchers claim record with 6 Gbit/s data rate at 71-76 GHz

Researchers from the University of Stuttgart and the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF are boasting a big achievement: Transmitting the contents of a conventional DVD in under 10 seconds by radio transmission, setting a new world record in wireless data transmission. The team used transmitters and receivers at 71-76 GHz E band.

Bouygues Telecom and Huawei achieve 1 Gbps 4G speeds using 4-band CA

Bouygues Telecom said it achieved speeds of more than 1 Gbps in tests on its 4G network with Huawei, becoming the latest operator in Europe to join what some have dubbed the "Gigabit LTE" club at least in terms of trials.

Telefónica expands use of Vasona Networks RAN management system in London

Telefónica made its first investment in its UK mobile business since the European Commission blocked a planned sale to CK Hutchison by extending its use of a Vasona Networks RAN congestion management product.

Dell'Oro: RAN market expected to decline by 8% in 2016

Dell'Oro Group said the total radio access network (RAN) infrastructure market declined at a double-digit rate year-on-year in the first quarter of 2016.

Olympics streaming goes uptown as NBC Sports Digital launches Playmaker Media

NBC Sports Digital is scaling up its online video streaming effort ahead of the Summer Olympics with the launch of a new end-to-end streaming service, Playmaker Media. While its inaugural client, the International Olympic Committee, isn't surprising, the service is clearly intended to compete directly with established end-to-end streaming providers like MLB Advanced Media.

T-Mobile's Dave Mayo calls for 'industrialization' of the wireless infrastructure space

DALLAS-- T-Mobile executives like to say the operator's "uncarrier" strategy is aimed at easing the "pain points" consumers often suffer with their wireless service providers. Dave Mayo, the carrier's senior vice president of technology, said this morning that carriers have their own pain points when it comes to maintaining and expanding their networks-- which means the infrastructure segment may be ripe for disruption as the industry moves toward 5G.

Vasona Networks expands RAN deal with Telefonica UK in London

A pilot that Vasona Networks started with Telefonica UK just over a year ago has led to a full commercial deployment.

Vodafone Germany to offer 375 Mbps LTE speeds in 50 cities this year

Vodafone Germany said it planned to offer download speeds of up to 375 Mbps on its LTE network in 50 cities this year, as part of a broader plan to increase cable and mobile broadband speeds across the country.

NYU Wireless sees trouble ahead for 5G unless 3GPP adopts new channel modeling methods

Researchers at NYU Wireless are warning the cellular industry that it needs to change the "alpha-beta-gamma" (ABG) model used in the past and start using simpler, more accurate models for predicting signal coverage for frequencies above 6 GHz.