Nokia Pulls Out Of Russia Due To The Ongoing War Between Russia And Ukraine, Ends Construction Of 5G Launch Sites

The war between Ukraine and Russia continues to spread. Following the earlier announcement by telecommunications service provider Ericsson to suspend business in Russia indefinitely, today (April 12) Nokia also said it would withdraw from the Russian market. According to Reuters, although many international companies have successively boycotted Russia, some industries have not imposed sanctions for…

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Ericsson Has Won 170 5G Commercial Contracts Worldwide, 48 More Than Last Year

According to the latest data released by Ericsson’s official website, as of the end of 2021, Ericsson has obtained 170 5G commercial contracts worldwide, of which 5G commercial contracts that can be announced have been reached with 88 operator customers. 109 5G commercial networks that are already in operation provide equipment. Ericsson can continue to…

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Several Norwegian Government Agencies Cooperate To Test The Impact Of 5G Spectrum On Flight

In the middle of last month, AT&T and Verizon, the two largest telecommunications companies in the United States, announced that they would delay the opening of 5G networks that were originally planned to be near airports, in response to airline concerns that 5G networks could affect flight safety. Similar discussions have emerged in Europe, where…

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U.S. New Energy Stocks Generally Rose, Amazon Rose Nearly By 10%, And Tesla Rose More Than 1%

US stocks opened with technology stocks generally rising. The Dow opened down 0.3%, the S&P 500 rose 0.02%, and the Nasdaq rose 0.6%. Amazon rose 12.9%, and Q4 profit growth was stellar. Snap surged 45.9%, posting its first quarterly net profit. Pinterest rose 7.3%, Q4 revenue and profit both exceeded expectations. Ford Motor fell 7.6%,…

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5G May Affect Flight Safety, US Airlines Warn Of Delay In Launching 5G Services

Two U.S. telecommunications companies, AT&T and Verizon, will officially launch 5G networks on Wednesday, and several local airlines have sent a joint letter to the U.S. government, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), saying that 5G networks will Bringing a crisis to aviation safety, airlines may be forced to cancel…

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