Samsung is teaming up with SK Telecom to conduct 5G research into technologies such as small cells, massive MIMO and next generation modulation/demodulation.
Unlicensed spectrum technology company NWave has become the latest to join the UK-based Weightless special interest group to develop the IoT standard.
Telefónica is launching a digital security product that allows it to track developers of malicious apps and delete further risks from app stores.
Mobile operators remain focused on ethernet on fibre as the most common solution to backhaul problems but are starting to explore virtualisation, new research has claimed.
Samsung has hit a 5G milestone, clocking speeds of 7.5Gbps in a stationary environment and 1.2Gbps within a vehicle moving at more than 100 kilometres per hour.
Vodafone UK is rolling out carrier-aggregation across three cities this month as it seeks to improve indoor coverage and higher speeds.
Ericsson has announced it has successfully demonstrated an NFV proof of concept with Japanese operator NTT DOCOMO.
Nokia Networks has collaborated with vendors to form a new ETSI Industry Specification Group for Mobile Edge Computing (MEC), to accelerate the development of open-platform APIs for services such as its own Liquid Applications platform.
Sandrine Andre, who is responsible for the digital economy in Strasbourg, is on a mission to change the perception of the traditional French city using an unlikely tool – NFC technology.
MediaTek is eyeing the higher end of the chipset market after launching a unified SoC platform for "super-mid market" handsets.
Nokia Networks has held tests of three band carrier aggregation using 40MHz of spectrum, which it said will lead to more operators launching LTE-Advanced networks.
Samsung is developing 60GHz Wi-Fi technology, which it said will deliver speeds 10 times as quick as existing 2.4GHz and 5GHz technologies.
Ericsson and Facebook have announced new methodology to measure and improve end-to-end network performance by using simulated Facebook applications.