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Japan
Jun 15, 2021
by Richard Handford

The country’s three established operators – NTT Docomo, KDDI and SoftBank – all launched commercial 5G service in March 2020, while newcomer Rakuten Mobile arrived on the scene six months later. Read more...

NTT Docomo
Mar 18, 2021
by Dugie Standeford

NTT DOCOMO is Japan's largest telecommunications company, now serving over 80 million customers, as of its 2020 annual report, with advanced wireless networks, including a nationwide LTE network and an LTE-Advanced network. It plans to roll out 5G networks in the 2020s. Read more...

NTT DOCOMO (2020)
Dec 07, 2019
by Dugie Standeford

NTT DOCOMO, which in April 2019 was assigned spectrum in Japan in 3.7 GHz, 4.5 GHz and 28 GHz, remains a 5G pioneer.  DOCOMO now services over 78 million mobile customers in Japan, and continues to build out its 4G LTE network. Read more...

Japan (2019)
Jan 03, 2019
by Jonathan Watson

Japan will be hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2020 and the country plans to use the event as a showcase for new technologies such as 5G. Japan is one of the countries interested in using 28 GHz for 5G, even though the band was not selected for further… Read more...

NTT DOCOMO (2019)
Dec 10, 2018
by Dugie Standeford

NTT DOCOMO is Japan's leading mobile operator, but it is also a key player on the world stage in 5G innovation.  With the government gearing up for the country's first spectrum auction, the operator has urged against giving excessive weight to the economic value of spectrum. Read more...

Japan (2018)
Jan 12, 2018
by Jonathan Watson

Japan will be hosting the Olympic Games in 2020 and the country plans to use the event as a showcase for new technologies such as 5G. As a result, both its government and its operators are very active in testing the technology. Read more...

AT&T 2018
Aug 29, 2017
by Dugie Standeford

US and Mexican operator AT&T is investing heavily in expanding its network capacity and in securing the spectrum needed to meet its long-term needs. It is also shifting spectrum used for 2G to its 3G and 4G networks as it moves toward 5G. Read more...

Japan (2016 entry)
May 30, 2017
by Jonathan Watson

Japan assigns spectrum by beauty contests rather than auctions and has recently released 3.5 GHz. It is heavily invested in 5G and has been working on the technology since 2010. Read more...

AT&T 2016
May 10, 2017
by PolicyTracker

US and Mexican operator AT&T has been dismissive of dynamic spectrum access and the FCC's 3.5 GHz sharing initiative. It wants sub-6 GHz spectrum for 5G Read more...