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One of the key issues for the evolution of telecommunications networks is an optimal management of radio spectrum. Currently, to be able to deploy 5G capabilities it is necessary to make more licenced spectrum available for mobile service providers.

 - Without the Network There is No Mobility - 

The crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic is resulting in a greater perception of the value of telecommunications, both by organisations and consumers. This is due to two fundamental reasons. On the one hand, users are discovering new technologies that they until very recently did not pay much attention to, even though operators have been investing in them for over a decade. On the other hand, they realise the resilience that telecommunication networks are showing in a situation of intensive demand, thanks to which they can continue to maintain their economic or professional activity.

Have you heard of the "balconadas" in Spain, that started when the Spaniards wanted to honour all the health professionals bravely fighting the virus? Later on, many professsions have been added; police, firefighters, shop assistants and more. Our Managing Director, Miguel Ángel Garcia Matatoros, believes that also the entire telecoms industry deserves our gratitude during this pandemic.

The Coronavirus has drastically changed our lives and the way we work. What operators' marketing strategies were not capable of fully obtaining for years the Coronavirus pandemic is now quickly achieving: The communications services we all depend on have gone from being considered a commodity often taken for granted, to become a highly valued service. 

Barcelona has been hosting the Mobile World Congress (MWC) since 2006. In the edition of that year, people were desperately looking for use cases that would underpin the 3G. And the most sought-after devices were displaying the Nokia brand. Fifteen years later, we are desperately hunting for 5G use cases and it seems mobile phones are re-adopting a shell-like shape, like the one that was successful back then...