Swiss operator Sunrise has enabled LTE roaming after partnering with Syniverse to use its IPX network solution and diameter signalling service.
Ericsson has demonstrated successful tests of Licence Assisted Access (LAA), achieving speeds of 450Mbps.
NEC is working with open source company Red Hat to develop OpenStack based carrier grade NFV solutions including virtual evolved packet core (vEPC) and virtual customer premises equipment (vCPE).
The diameter signalling controller market will triple to $1.3 billion (€1.7 billion) in 2018 as LTE paves the way to the proliferation of mobile voice services, new research has claimed.
Bouygues Telecom has become the first operator to demonstrate tri-band carrier aggregation in France, testing the technology with Ericsson and Qualcomm Technologies.
Ericsson has launched a new 5G research project, teaming up with a Chinese academy to explore radio access technology, core network architecture and applications.
Vodafone has passed the halfway mark of its Project Spring network modernisation programme, announcing it is now offering 65 percent LTE coverage across Europe.
EE continues to be the UK's best performing network, despite a spirited challenge from Three, with Vodafone languishing in last place, new research has revealed.
ARM has stepped up its activity in the Internet of Things sector by buying security software company Offspark.
Telekom Austria Group has extended its satellite coverage to offer mobile broadband to remote parts of its home market through its A1 subsidiary.
Ever-increasing video traffic and an explosion in 3G connections is set to see mobile data traffic rocket 59 percent in 2015, according to a new report from Gartner.
OneM2M, the industry body devoted to the Internet of Things sector, has released its first set of standards, covering requirements, architecture, APIs and security.
Samsung has been picked as the sole vendor for SK Telecom's nationwide rollout of NFV, with the company providing infrastructure for the operator's Internet of Things network.