(Reuters) – Chinese technology giant Huawei has been engaged in a race with competitors Nokia and Ericsson to build next-generation 5G network, even if several governments have to weigh up safety concerns around the global networks as a leader.
A FILE PHOTO of A Huawei logo is pictured at the Shenzhen International Airport in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, China, on July 22, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
Mobile, Proximus, and the chip provider, Qualcomm are among the others vying for a piece of the pie.
The GSMA telecoms industry lobby group, estimates that by the end of 2025 and will be the operators had to spend $1 billion to build 5G networks.
The following are some of the most important deals are clinched by the world’s top three suppliers.
HUAWEI, the world’s largest manufacturer of telecommunications equipment, said in October it had picked up a 65, commercial offers, in spite of the security concerns raised by the United States, with half of the 5G network contracts in Europe.
Dec. 11 – Picked, along with Nokia, Telefonica Deutschland, to create a 5G network in Germany, with the aim to 2021 roll-out in some of the towns and cities.
Dec. 6 – Spain’s Telefonica said that it will purchase the equipment for its next-generation network by partner for the long term.
Oct. 16 – release of Swiss telecom group Sunrise Communications, with the launch of Europe’s first commercial 5G, “a three-dimensional network. a little bit.m/2svFQWz
Oct. 6 – Confirmed in the United Arab Emirates (uae telecom company du, as its partner for the 5G roll-out. Oct. 4 – ners of Malaysia, the second-largest mobile phone operator Maxis to launch 5G network.
April 30, ners with Vodafone Qatar to expand into the wireless network infrastructure, including the 5G roll-out.
April 25, Signs a deal with Cambodia to help it become the first country in South-east Asia, with the 5G technology.
February, Picked in as a 5G, a provider of VIVA Bahrain, a subsidiary of Saudi arabia’s state-controlled telecom company, STC.
The Swedish company ERICSSON says that it has been a 78 5 g of commercial contracts, and 24 of live networks in the 14 countries.
Dec. 13 — the Norwegian Telenor picks Ericsson for 5G, after a decade of working with Huawei on 4G. Nov. 26 – Selected as a key 5G, a provider of Telecom Italia. Nov. 14 to a Supply agreement entered into with MTN of South Africa, with the roll-out is planned between 2020 and 2022.
Aug. 27, ners with Deutsche Telekom to cover, 5 g of industrial sites in Germany.
From February to September to Reach supply agreements with the U.S., mobile operators, RINA Wireless, U. S Cellular, and PERIOD..
February-march – April – Clinches range of Golf services companies, including Saudi Telecom Company, Bahrain’s Batelco [BIFN.UL], UAE’s Etisalat and Qatar’s Ooredoo.
Sept. 11, 2018 – Strike multi-year, $3.5 billion contract with T-Mobile US, with the support of the US to 5G deployment.
Sept. 10, 2018 was Selected as one of AT&T’s 5 G’s suppliers.
Feb. 27, 2018 – 5 G supply agreement with Sprint.
Dec. 11, 2017 – contract with Verizon.
Nov. 8, 2017 – to be Selected by Swisscom for the 5G deployment, in addition to country-of the Gigabit MARKET.
June 2017-August 2019 – Multiple contracts with Vodafone on 5G networks in Spain, great Britain, Ireland, and Germany.
NOKIA As of Sept. 19, the Nokia had been signed 50 commercial 5 g of contracts worldwide and is the food of the 16 live networks all over the world.
Dec. 12 to Win the Deutsche Bahn (DBN.UL] tender for the supply of the first 5G network for automated rail operation.
Dec. 11 Picked, in addition to Huawei is to build a Collection of Germany ‘ 5G ‘ network.
Nov. 19 is Selected, if one of the Spark New Zealand to the list of the recommended 5 g of the suppliers.
Nov. 19 – a Deal with DoCoMo Pacific ocean, which serves Guam and the mariana islands.
Sept. 2 – a Strategic partnership agreement to launch 5G in France and Italy, as the Iliad, the partner for the 3G and 4G deployment
29 may be Selected, as they turned the primary partner for the implementation of the 5G RAN and Airscale all over Japan.
25th of march to Deal with one of Austria’s A1, is to offer the 5G wireless technology and a cloud-based core network.
On July 30, 2018, with Signs for $3.5 billion, the deal here is a T-Mobile US to deploy 5G in the United States of america.
Feb. By 2018 the Agreement with China Mobile developing 5G networks for industrial automation in the country as a whole.
Report by Charles Regnier, and Sarah Morland; Editing by Tomasz Janowski and john Harvey