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3GPP cancels working group meetings due to coronavirus

Wednesday 12 February 2020 | 10:40 CET | News
Work on the latest 5G standards may slow after the 3GPP standards group announced it's cancelling face-toface-meetings of its working groups due to the coronavirus outbreak. The 3GPP said it has "reluctantly" decided to cancel all such meetings in Q1.

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