New video and voice products and an increase in personal data plans will cause the LTE diameter signalling market to grow from 12 million messages per second(MPS) last year to 216 million MPS in 2018.
Telefónica has developed a "Lego-like" smart home product for consumers, which connects using 2G.
Passpoint 2.0 will grow during the next 12 months as operators move from trialling the technology to deployments and more roaming agreements are signed, the head of the Wi-Fi Alliance has claimed.
Telefónica Germany has readied its network for VoLTE, becoming one of the first operators to offer converged wireless and wireline services on a common IMS core network.
Telenor's M2M arm has installed new functionality into its modules that will stop Internet of Things applications overloading networks.
Nokia Networks has conducted a live network trial of new software that improves smartphone performance on 3G networks.
Samsung is teaming up with SK Telecom to conduct 5G research into technologies such as small cells, massive MIMO and next generation modulation/demodulation.
Proximus is bringing new features to its Wi-Fi network in Belgium, allowing users automatic access based on their SIM card.
Huawei will introduce its latest Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) proof-of-concepts (PoCs) at this year’s Broadband World Forum.
Qualcomm Atheros has extended its range of 802.11ac 2.0 multi-user multi-input/multi-output (Mu-Mimo) Wi-Fi products by launching a new chipset that extends connectivity to the likes of notebooks, TVs and other consumer electronics.
Truphone has been awarded a patent by the European Patent Office that will enable mobile SIM cards to automatically switch identity when users visit another country, negating the need to manually switch SIM cards.
Huawei, KPN and China Mobile have held the “industry’s first” Voice over LTE (VoLTE) roaming call between Europe and Asia.
Unlicensed spectrum technology company NWave has become the latest to join the UK-based Weightless special interest group to develop the IoT standard.