Wireless networking

Wireless Networking Technologies

Wireless networking is experiencing a period of exciting change with the development of new generations - from 5G to 6G, WiFi 6 and 7 - offering new use cases and business cases

Core networking technologies

Core Network Technology

Core networks are critical infrastructure and new digital technologies and trends have the potential to disrupt and transform, ensuring capabilities, resilience and performance can meet emerging and future needs

Non-terrestrial networking

Non-Terrestrial Networking

Non-terrestrial networking (NTN) refers to any network that involves space or airborne elements, including satellite communication networks, high-altitude platform systems (HAPS), and air-to-ground networks

Network Management

Network Management

Network management systems can be a critical driver of business value in the telecom industry, facilitating improved customer experience, optimised infrastructure operations and management of threats



The potential benefits of 5G, future wireless generations and full-fibre digital connectivity can only be realised if we have confidence in the resilience of our infrastructure

Telecoms Components


Semiconductors play a critical role in telecom infrastructure, from capturing images and data to encoding, encryption, transmission, reception, decryption and presenting data to the user. As we explore new ways of working and visualising the world, semiconductors will play an increasingly important role in telecom networks, ensuring that data is sent and received efficiently and securely.

Optical communications

Optical Communications

Optical communication refers to the use of light to carry a communication signal to the remote end, instead of an electrical current

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is disrupting industry on a broad scale and telecoms is no exception, offering the potential to cut through network complexity, address new requirements, increase performance and enable automation

Telecoms tower


Diversification of the telecoms supply chain is ultimately about choice, a desire to broaden the choice of equipment and solution providers in the sector-driven by commercial, technical and geopolitical factors