The Bulgarian incumbent Vivacom, which is part of United Group, plans to invest up to €120 million this year on developing its 5G infrastructure.
A1 Telekom Austria Group has chosen Nokia and Ericsson as partners in the rollout of the 5G networks in Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia.
Telefónica says leads in TV production in Spain with 5G thanks to the development of several pioneering projects that contribute to the consolidation of new technology and the digitisation of the audiovisual sector.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM) has allocated radio frequency spectrum in the 700 MHz (758-788 / 703-733), 3600 MHz (3400-3800 MHz) and 26 GHz frequency bands (26, 5-27.5 GHz) for 5G mobile communications networks.
Televisión de Galicia (CRTVG) has become the first Spanish public channel to carry out a live broadcast using 5G technology with connectivity provided by Telefónica.
The DVB Project has approved commercial requirements for DVB-I service support over 5G networks and systems.
The freeing up of the 700 MHz frequency band for 5G services has significantly improved terrestrial TV reception in parts of Lithuania.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has received a total of nine requests for participation in a public auction for 5G frequencies.
Portugal’s NOS has run a successful test of 5G technology in the broadcast of a Liga NOS football match.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has announced a public auction for the issue of 5G licences.