KATHMANDU, July 28: Nepal Telecommunication Authority (NTA) has endorsed a working guideline on the use of 5G mobile internet, paving the way for the service providers looking to carry out test operation of the advanced service in the segment.

KATHMANDU, March 28: The government has decided to allow the state-owned Nepal Telecom (NT) to test 5G mobile internet service, an advanced internet service expanding globally.

NTA determines 5G frequency

February 15, 2021 16:43 pm

KATHMANDU, Feb 15: Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) has determined the 5G frequency, paving the way for the expansion of the 5G service. The NTA Board approved the frequency identified by the National Frequency Management Forum under the authority.

LONDON, Jan 28: Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday granted China’s Huawei a limited role in Britain’s 5G mobile network, resisting U.S. pressure to exclude the company from next generation communications on fears China could use it to steal secrets.

STOCKHOLM, July 17: Mobile network gear maker Ericsson (ERICb.ST) posted a second-quarter profit in line with expectations on Wednesday and said it was on track to meet its financial goals due to strong sales of 5G equipment.

The tension over 5G technology between Chinese telecommunications company Huawei and the United States has reached a variety of low points over the first part of 2019.

Magic of 5G technology

April 24, 2019 00:30 am

Fifth generation technology is expected to connect various elements of smart transportation system such as traffic lights, roadside signs and symbols, CCTV cameras etc

SEOUL, April 4: South Korea’s three mobile carriers and top U.S. telco Verizon Communications commercially launched 5G services on Wednesday, ahead of their initial schedules, as they rushed for first spot in the race to roll out the latest wireless technology.

MAINZ, March 19: Germany launched its 5G mobile spectrum auction on Tuesday, finally going ahead after a court threw out legal challenges and regulators resisted U.S. pressure to ban Chinese network vendors from building out next-generation networks.

WASHINGTON, Feb 28: While Washington's concerns that future 5G wireless networks could be vulnerable to spying by China have dominated headlines, businesses have long been pushing to make sure the technology is as secure as possible.