Thursday, 24 May 2018

Europe could reap €12bn windfall from 2.3-GHz spectrum

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 11 December 13

Study talks up benefits of allowing shared usage of globally-harmonised frequency band.

Giving European service providers access to spectrum in the 2.3-GHz band and the option to share that spectrum could benefit the sector to the tune of €12 billion, a study commissioned by Ericsson, NSN and Qualcomm finds. According to Plum Consulting, which carried out the research…

Giving European service providers access to spectrum in the 2.3-GHz band and the option to share that spectrum could benefit the sector to the tune of €12 billion, a study commissioned by Ericsson, NSN and Qualcomm finds. According to Plum Consulting, which carried out the research…

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