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Samsung and O2 team up to build connected 5G ambulances for NHS

Samsung and O2 have teamed up to build connected 5G ambulances for the NHS. The two companies will begin testing the next-generation ambulances later this month. Eight ambulances from the East of England Ambulance Trust will be equipped with new technologies including support for real-time video and field data collection.

O2 launches unlimited data plans

O2 has joined the rest of the UK's main carriers and launched unlimited data plans of its own. These start from £33 per month on an 18-month SIM-only plan, or can be had for £35 per month on a 12-month SIM plan and with variable pricing alongside select handsets.

BlackBerry launches QNX Acoustics Management Platform 3.0

BlackBerry today launched the BlackBerry QNX Acoustics Management Platform (AMP) 3.0, the latest version of its automotive acoustics software. With AMP 3.0 automakers can design and manage the total acoustic experience in their cars – saving costs and shortening time-to-production, while delivering new features and high sound quality.

Geotab to incorporate BlackBerry Radar into its Marketplace

BlackBerry has inked a strategic agreement with Geotab for an undisclosed amount to augment fleet productivity, improve asset utilisation and reduce operating costs. The collaboration will mark the introduction of BlackBerry Radar, an IoT based asset-tracking solution, on the Geotab Marketplace — an integrated online solutions center for fleet management.

Huawei launches new AI processor and AI computing framework

Huawei today officially launched a new powerful AI processor – the Ascend 910 – as well as an all-scenario AI computing framework, MindSpore. The Ascend 910 is a new AI processor that belongs to Huawei's series of Ascend-Max chipsets, originally announced at its 2018 flagship event, Huawei Connect.

EE files a complaint over Three UKs 5G Ads

Three UK launched its 5G service in London earlier today, promptly causing EE to file a complaint with the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) claiming that its slogan, "If it's not Three, it's not real 5G", is misleading. EE is seeking a ban on the ads because they clearly imply that alternative networks' 5G are inferior by comparison.

Three launches 5G Home Broadband

Three UK has launched its 5G service today, available in London as a home broadband service. The company says that its single 5G plan will shake up the broadband market with customers able to cancel their landline and instantly access fibre-like, ultrafast speeds compared to what the average UK customer currently obtains using traditional, fixed broadband services.

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