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Private network solutions in light of 5G
NMHH sees the spread of private networks and has recognized the significance of private network solutions. Innovative solutions pose a challenge for the regulator as it has to decide whether it is necessary for it to intervene or not.
Infocommunications authority to launch funding programme for mobile device replacement
The owners of outdated telephones not suitable for mobile internet can receive a HUF 20 thousand modernisation grant for replacement.
As 3G says goodbye, infocommunications authority focuses on consumer protection
It is up to the service providers to decide on the date of the switch-off, the aim of the authority is to protect consumers and to provide the information necessary for informed decisions.
Electronic communications round table: we need future-proof solutions to prepare for the post-3G world
The Curia agrees that excluding DIGI from auction selling 5G frequencies was lawful
With its ruling published yesterday, the Curia confirmed that the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) acted lawfully when it excluded DIGI Communications N.V., the parent company of DIGI Távközlési és Szolgáltató Kft., from the auction launched to promote the implementation of the fifth generation (5G) mobile technology and to sell frequencies suitable for wireless broadband services.
A student was the first in Hungary to transmit an x-ray image with the help of Innomed and NMHH via Vodafone 5G
Róbert Varga, student at the Széchenyi István University of Győr was the first to forward a high resolution x-ray image via 5G networks, with the professional and technological assistance of Innomed Medical, Vodafone Hungary and the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH). This healthcare innovation opens new horizons in various remote diagnostics procedures.
The Industrial Internet of Things and instant payment systems among short-term digital trends
The complete disappearance of cash or the general market penetration of smart cars is no longer such a distant future, and in ten years 6G will be widespread according to ComputerWeekly, while Analysys Mason predicts that telecommunications companies worldwide will invest the most in FTTP developments.
How does the coronavirus disease affect the communications market and the relevant regulations?
Pursuant to the decisions of the European Union and based on the reports of various international research companies, the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) has been preparing regular summaries of the changes in the market and international regulations since the outbreak of the epidemic.