Retailers may be inadequately prepared for the rapidly-growing m-commerce industry after new findings found that less than three percent believe their businesses is sufficiently mobile-ready.
VoLTE is fuelling the enterprise femtocell market, new research has claimed, with the sector set to hit almost $800 million (€759.9 million) by 2020.
Mavenir has revealed that it supplied the technology that enabled the first commercial rollout of VoLTE in Europe with Vodafone Germany.
Voice over IP provider Cirpack has joined the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) to help develop industry specifications for NFV.
Telefónica Germany is exploring the potential of LTE for use with smart meters, in tests with Ericsson and the E.ON Research Center at RWTH Aachen University.
Demand for 4G small cell solutions in urban areas will drive the sector's backhaul market to reach $4 billion (€3.7 billion) by 2020, new research has claimed.
French operator Free Mobile has hit 78 percent population coverage for its 3G network, surpassing obligations set by the country's regulator.
Turkcell is targeting connecting cities in Turkey after partnering with the Municipality of Gaziantep in an effort to boost urban development.
The Global mobile Suppliers Association has increased its prediction for 2015 LTE deployments, as appetite for LTE-Advanced and VoLTE is on the rise.
Wireless equipment company Anite has claimed to have finalised the world’s first 5G radio channel models as part of the EU-lead METIS project.
Nokia Networks is to showcase 5G speeds of 10GBps during a demonstration of 73GHz millimetre wave (mmWave) technology alongside a new Phased Array Antenna prototype from Mitsubishi.
Operators and MVNOs will be able to launch their own Wi-Fi calling app for Android smartphones, after a new company launched a white label service.
EE has become the first operator in the UK to launch native Wi-Fi calling, with the company predicting more than five million customers will have access to the service by the summer.