Ruckus Wireless has unveiled the first of its products to be certified as compatible with HotSpot 2.0, Release 2.
Nuage Networks has launched a new SDN solution, enabling enterprises to link virtual network overlays with the hardware that underpins them.
NetCracker has launched version 10 of its products suite, which introduces new virtual network functions (VNFs) for operators wishing to deploy virtualised networks.
The value of smartphone sales in Western Europe has fallen for the first time, dragged down by Spain and France as device penetration reaches saturation point.
The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) has updated its Interoperability Compliance Program in a bid to accelerate the deployment and simplify the management of Wi-Fi roaming agreements.
Google has brought its low cost Android One handset to Europe, with Turkey the first market to start selling the smartphone.
Samsung has become the latest company to launch a new open platform for the Internet of Things, allowing manufacturers to take advantage of a range of connectivity.
Qualcomm has added two new Wi-Fi chips to its Internet of Things (IoT) portfolio.
The call for BT to open its fibre network to rivals is just one facet of the UK’s increasingly complex infrastructure, as operators and regulators prepare for a transformed landscape in the wake of recent M&A activity.
SoftBank subsidiary Brightstar and mobile back-end provider Kii have paired up to create a new global ecosystem aimed at accelerating the go-to-market time of IoT products.
EE has predicted that it will carry one exabyte of data on its network in three years time, as it signed up its 10 millionth LTE customer.
BT and Hutchinson Global Communications will interconnect their IP packet exchange (IPX) networks to help extend the reach of fixed and mobile services and facilitate technology such as VoLTE.
MediaTek has launched the world’s first 10-core mobile CPU, featuring three processor clusters and an integrated “WorldMode” LTE modem.