US Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) is a set of wireless channels in the 3.55 to 3.65 GHz spectrum band that used to be reserved for the Department of Defense, the Navy and for satellite operators.
Despite 4G accounting for 66.6% of total mobile subscriptions in the UK in 2019, its share will decline over the forecast period to reach 50.9% by 2024 over customers migration to 5G, subject to a successful spectrum auction.
The first widespread public 5G networks launched in Sweden over the weekend, with telecoms giants Tele2, Telia and 3 Sweden all making announcements.
French telecoms regulator ARCEP (Autorité de Régulation des Communications Électroniques et des Postes) has announced a delay of the 5G auctions initially scheduled for mid-April.
In December 2019, Portugal’s telecom regulator ANACOM announced its plan to carry out the allocation of spectrum resources in the 700MHz, 900MHz, 1.8GHz, 2.1GHz, 2.6GHz and 3.6GHz bands before June 2020.
The Romanian telecom market regulator (ANCOM) announced that auction for radio spectrum needed for the development of 5G services is postponed and will be held in the first half of 2020, not in December 2019 as originally planned. The radiofrequency usage rights to be distributed include bands in 700MHz, 800MHz, 1500MHz, 2600MHz and 3400-3800MHz.
The Polish telecom regulator, UKE, is planning to auction the 3.4-3.8GHz bandwidth frequencies, which are dedicated to the construction of the 5G networks in Poland.
Total mobile subscriptions in Argentina will reach 61.3 million by year-end 2019, and will account for 8.4% of the region’s total mobile subscriptions.
With 60.8 million mobile subscriptions at the end of 2018, Colombia accounted for about 8.5% of total mobile subscriptions in Latin America.
Germany’s spectrum auction for next-generation 5G mobile network licenses, which is currently underway, is likely to result in commercial 5G services launched in 2020, according to GlobalData.
A rare Macworld magazine signed by deceased Apple founder and former CEO Steve Jobs will go up for auction today.
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Auction house Christie’s made headlines last year with the record-breaking $450m sale of Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi.
One of the first commercially available Apple computers will go to auction in September.
Update 03/05/2018: At auction, the Donald Trump naked statue sold for $28,000 to Zak Bagans, a paranormal investigator and host of Travel Channel’s popular series Ghost Adventures.
A rare water vessel, believed to been stolen from China 150 years ago, will go under the hammer today.
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As the central hub of Britain’s busiest airport Heathrow Terminal 1 is full of stuff.
Seven years on from the death of Steve Jobs, fans of the late Apple founder are still eager to get their hands on anything and everything that he left behind.
After a number of false starts the UK is almost ready to fire the starting gun on its 5G spectrum auction — paving the way for faster mobile internet in the country.
As the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles prepare to make more history at Sunday’s Super Bowl LII, American football fans will have the opportunity to get their hands on a few pieces of the past.
Another week, another long list of auctions to browse through.
2017 saw the auction industry bounce back after two years of decline.
Buoyed by collectors paying over the odds, the global auction market recorded fantastic results in 2017.
A fragment of a Union Jack flag, flown during the Battle of Trafalgar, is expected to fetch up to £100,000 at auction today.
With Glum Tuesday, Downcast Wednesday and Melancholy Thursday likely to follow on from Blue Monday, don’t fall for the travel agents’ trap and book a holiday.
2017 brought us Salvator Mundi, Paul Newman’s Rolex Daytona and Robby the Robot.
After breaking for Christmas, auction houses have started to open their doors to 2018.
A 156m (511ft), 39-storey skyscraper located in China’s northern Shanxi province has been listed on Taobao, the country’s largest e-commerce website owned by Alibaba.