Consumers believe video-calling services from operators would be better than those from OTT players, amid growing use of the service, a new survey has claimed.
BT and M2M specialist Neul have joined a consortium of companies to build a city-wide M2M network in England, with the two businesses installing a network of base stations across Milton Keynes.
Global enterprise operator Truphone dramatically upped its proposition this week, enabling roaming in 66 countries.
NEC is deploying its residential small cell product in Swiss operator Sunrise Communications' network to help boost in-building coverage for residential customers.
SRD Wireless has built what it has described as the first secure messaging app that is resistant to attacks from quantum computing.
Spending on VoIP and IMS equipment is set to slow this year, as operators look to launch new services throughout 2014, a new report has claimed.
Cisco has brought automated services functionality to its SDN and NFV platform, allowing operators to view and control functions across multi-vendor networks.
Handset manufacturer BlackBerry is using its QNX technology to build a public application platform that supports the Internet of Things.
The value of the M2M module market is set to almost double during the next four years, thanks to a shift towards 3G technology, according to a new report.
Ruckus has launched what it is calling the industry's first carrier-grade virtualised wireless LAN (WLAN) controller, which is aimed at helping operators to create cloud-based WLAN products.
Alcatel-Lucent will roll out its 4G LTE overlay product to 13 of Telenor's subsidiaries across Europe and Asia, after signing a deal with the Swedish operator.
Oracle has launched a new NFV product that it said will help operators to quickly launch new VoLTE and RCS products.
Silent Circle has "substantially rewritten" its iOS messaging app, offering the ability to send secure messages to those who do not use it.