UK-based operator EE plans to launch a 400Mbps 4G LTE network at Wembley Stadium in 2016 as part of a six-year partnership to make it “the world’s most connected stadium”.
ZTE has launched a new cloud-based network coordination product that offers multi-mode and multi-frequency 2G, 3G and LTE indoors and outdoors.
Ericsson has conducted an over-the-air field trial with Slovak Telecom to demonstrate intra-band contiguous LTE-A carrier aggregation.
Huawei has launched a new cloud based video platform, which supports the likes of IPTV, 4K and LTE broadcast technology.
Qualcomm has released the world's first LTE broadcast software development kit, which it hopes will "broaden the ecosystem" of deployments.
Orange Business Services has launched a new geolocation offering that allows businesses to track corporate-owned equipment around the world.
Gogo has partnered with Virgin Atlantic to offer customers high-speed in-flight internet using 2Ku satellite-based technology.
Alcatel-Lucent has boosted its range of microwave backhaul devices, adding new products which it said would save operators power and costs.
Huawei has bought UK-based M2M specialist Neul, a deal it said would give it scope to expand further into the Internet of Things sector.
NEC has developed a new all-outdoor microwave backhaul service, which it said allows operators to quickly redeploy their network according to demand.
Mastercard Belgium has revealed a new contactless payment system that allows smartphone users to make payments using their device’s NFC chip.
Sony has launched a software development kit for its forthcoming SmartEyeGlass product, ahead of it going on sale next year.
The UK is Europe's biggest LTE market in terms of subscribers, new research from Ovum has revealed, as global subscriptions passed the quarter of a billion mark.