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Computer Weekly

At the FA Cup Final, Wembley goes beyond Wi-Fi for mobile coverage – Mobile users now expect to connect to mobile services reliably and quickly, whenever and wherever they are.

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Microwave Engineering Europe

“Telecoms service providers across the world will be on high alert this week, following the ransomware attacks that have affected millions of computers in 150 countries over the past four days,” says Robert.

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Land Mobile

its software-defined 5G user equipment simulator;which can test downlink throughput of 10Gbps, running at sub-6GHz, together with an IoT proof-of-concept solution that can emulate up to one million 5G IoT devices.

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5G.co.uk

British manufacturing company Cobham has announced a new network test solution which can validate 5G network performance.

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Vanilla Plus

Smart devices have arguably made consumers’ lives easier, and as they become more affordable, more of us are investing in the IoT. However, all too often, these smart devices are being manufactured with affordability in mind and security as an afterthought.

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Telecom Asia

Cobham Wireless has made available of its new network test solution dubbed TM500 which can validate 5G network performance.

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Retail News Asia

Cobham Wireless has made available of its new network test solution dubbed TM500 which can validate 5G network performance.

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RCR Wireless

“Telecoms service providers across the world will be on high alert this week, following the ransomware attacks that have affected millions of computers in 150 countries over the past four days,”

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Telecom Drive

Cobham Wireless’ TM500 enables development and validation of 5G network performance, expediting industry roadmap to next generation connectivity standard.

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Microwave Journal

“Cobham Wireless’ 5G test solution directly addresses the immediate KPIs for 5G, helping the industry accelerate the development and deployment of next generation mobile and broadband services,” commented Ian Langley, SVP and GM at Cobham Wireless

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