In late June 2019, Hungary became another EU member state with an auction procedure for the sale of frequencies needed for the deployment of 5G networks underway.
Chinese tech-companies Huawei and ZTE have not been excluded from participation in state tenders of Czech government bodies, according to a Czech daily E15.
Ukraine’s President wants to meet with Russian President
Huawei plans to invest EUR700m in Poland
Second 5G service launched in Bucharest
Government to resume state support for Russian automotive sector
Russia extends counter economic sanctions until 2020
First 5G base station launched in Serbia
Romania activates 5G services
Slovaks buy more expensive cars than Czechs
Huawei as a strategic IT partner in Hungary
Romania with a system for reporting cybersecurity incidents
By the year 2025, up to 80 per cent of Russia’s population will have access to the internet via the 5th generation wireless network (5G), according to a recent Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA) report.