Alcatel-Lucent has launched a new virtualised security product that allows operators to provide network-based malware protection.
Magyar Telekom has launched an NFC-enabled MobilTárca mobile wallet to customers in Hungary, allowing them to pay, collect loyalty points or redeem tickets on their smartphone.
Almost 150 years ago, the International Telecommunications Union was formed after years of discussions about standards and barriers to entry, showing the same debates that dominate the industry today existed in the time of steam.
Nokia Networks has launched its third GSM-railway project in Poland, with plans to connect the Warsaw-Lodz corridor.
The small cell backhaul equipment market is set to break through the $5 billion (€4 billion) barrier in 2019, with "meaningful" deployments of the technology expected during the next 12 months, new research has claimed.
Telekom Austria has launched carrier aggregation in its home market and Slovenia, offering customers speeds up to 300MBps in selected areas.
Huawei is building three labs in Germany, China and the United States to help the telecoms industry develop NFV and SDN technologies.
TeliaSonera and DNA are bringing a new 2G, 3G and 4G network to northern and eastern Finland, after both operators signed a cooperation agreement.
Vodafone UK has installed an m-health solution at a healthcare trust in London that helps staff to send and receive patient information.
Plans for "national roaming" across the UK could help criminals, is too expensive and complex to implement, the GSMA has said.
Nokia Networks has deployed Genband's Quantix evolved packet data gateway (ePDG) into its mobile broadband portfolio, which will enable services such as Wi-Fi and VoLTE interworking.
Hackers could redirect calls and obtain customer information through a new version of Regin malware, which attacks GSM cells, security company Kaspersky has claimed.
Phased array antennae have become the latest area of focus for 5G, with Ericsson and IBM launching a research project into the technology.