Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 810 SoC will support Category 9 carrier aggregation, offering download speeds of up to 450Mbps.
The APT700 spectrum band has been extended to Latin America, with Ericsson and Chile-based operator Entel completing the first data session on the frequency.
Vodafone has signed a global agreement with advertising giant JCDecaux to deploy small cells in its hoardings.
HP has added new capabilities to its OneNFV Program to help reduce costs and improve agility for operators adopting Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV).
Vodafone Netherlands has become the first operator to deploy Ericsson's Radio Dot system, rolling out the small cell solution at Radboud University.
The security-centric Blackphone will soon receive a major update to its PrivatOS operating system alongside a new app store featuring privacy-focused applications.
5G promises a step-change to what mobile networks can do, but according to the GSMA, this promise hides a danger of being all things to all people.
Apple and IBM have launched a range of cloud-supported business apps aimed at iOS enterprise customers and the telecoms industry.
Infrastructure company Arqiva and IoT specialist Sigfox have gone live with their first 10 smart city sites across the UK.
Telekom Austria has run VoLTE and VoWi-Fi calls using network function virtualisation in Macedonia.
Authentication specialists Nok Nok Labs has introduced support for the new Fast Identity Online (FIDO) 1.0 security standard, which will help introduce stronger authentication beyond current username and password methods.
Nokia Networks has more than doubled data upload speeds for Ooredoo Qatar and Finnish incumbent Elisa in two separate trials of its Centralised RAN technology.
More than a third of the UK's outdoor premises can access 4G LTE services by the country's three biggest operators, new data from Ofcom has revealed.