Huawei plans to reveal a new series of “5G-oriented” air interface technologies to help facilitate high-bandwidth IoT applications such as virtual reality.
Google has moved to make Android enterprise friendly, creating a new secure profile for employees wishing to use compatible smartphones at work.
Ericsson is planning to showcase new technology related to the quality of future 5G networks at next week's Mobile Congress.
Google has bought Softcard, the mobile payment joint venture between AT&T, T-Mobile USA and Verizon, as it looks to revamp its offering.
Vodafone has released a new open-source network access layer for companies wishing to connect to the Internet of Things.
Nokia Networks has unveiled a new look product range with changes to small cells, LTE and RAN products in anticipation of increased data growth.
Nokia Networks has become the latest vendor to tap into licenced assist access (LAA) technology in a bid to boost operators' connectivity options.
NEC and NetCracker will co-develop a SDN and NFV solution after launching an initiative to help service providers explore the opportunities presented by the technologies.
Nokia Networks' 4x4 MIMO technology has been used to achieve data transmission speeds of 600MBps on SK Telecom's network.
Polish football club Legia Warszawa has become the first team in Europe to sign a small cell as a service contract with Ericsson.
Samsung and SK Telecom are set to showcase data transmission speeds of 7.55GBps using millimetre-wave technology, as Alcatel-Lucent uses the same tech for backhaul.
Telekom Austria has completed trials and deployments of network functions virtualisation (NFV) including the deployment of a fully virtualised LTE stack over a commercial network.
Telefónica has implemented biometric authentication and digital signature technology into its security products, which it will show off at next week's Mobile World Congress.