Qualcomm is pulling in more than half of all revenue from the LTE baseband modem and smartphone SOC markets, despite growing competition from rivals, a report from Strategy Analytics has found.
Samsung has brought baseband capacity pooling and clustering to its C-RAN product, which it said offers operators more dynamic capacity management.
The UK market is currently going through its most seismic change since the early noughties, when O2 came into being and Three began trading in the UK.
Nokia Networks and SK Telecom have announced plans to develop millimetre wave technology as part of a 5G project aiming to commercialise the technology by 2020.
Etisalat Group will deploy Alcatel-Lucent’s virtualised radio network controller in its opcos in the United Arab Emirates and Sri Lanka.
Smartphone batteries are unlikely to see any significant improvement in the near future despite new technologies presenting a major opportunity for manufacturers, a new report has claimed.
Huawei has launched an NFV open lab in China, where it will put big data at the heart of developing the virtual ecosystem.
ETSI has begun work on a set of five specifications for millimetre wave transmission (mWT) technology.
Telekom Austria Group is working with car manufacturer Porsche to develop connected car services centred on the open platform DiBox.
Microsoft has unveiled its latest computing platform, unifying its product ecosystem while bringing digital assistants and holographics to the fore.
Seventeen percent of global demand for semiconductors came from Apple and Samsung last year, after the companies spent a combined $57.9 billion (€50 billion) on the components.
A new 5G research and development centre has been opened in Kazakhstan, focussing on multiple-in, multiple-out (MIMO) technology.
Inmarsat has announced it is planning to open up its platforms to developers in a bid to develop new forms of technology.