NEC is developing a smart waste collection solution for Santander, Spain, which will use M2M sensors and GPS.
Nokia Networks will include Flash Networks’ Harmony Gateway as part of its mobile broadband core network offering, after forming a partnership with the company.
Ericsson, Singtel and Qualcomm have achieved the world’s first LTE FDD/TDD carrier aggregation using commercially-available hardware and software.
Nokia Networks and UAE-based operator du have held the region’s first commercial Voice over LTE (VoLTE) call.
Samsung is planning to spend almost €12 billion building a new semiconductor plant in Korea as it looks to rebalance its electronics business.
Oracle has launched a new diameter signalling router, which it said will increase the speed and capacity of networks amid a predicted explosion in messages.
Connected clothing, new geomarketing services, a home hub for accessing shared content and a new secure password system are among the plethora of new innovations Orange has developed.
Swisscom has said its customers will have access to data speeds up to 450MBps by the end of 2015 as the operator begins testing tri-band LTE-A carrier aggregation.
Truphone's mobile recording technology has been integrated with financial company Nice's Trading Recording System, allowing financial institutions to comply with trading regulations.
Small cells as a service has kickstarted the sector, with new predictions that the products will experience a CAGR of 48 percent between 2014 and 2019.
BT is focusing on launching its consumer 4G LTE network using its MVNO with EE, after reports the operator is experiencing issues with the handover between cellular and Wi-Fi.
Ericsson has made its Bowser web browser and its OpenWebRTC framework free and open source in a bid to stimulate innovation among WebRTC developers.
ARM has launched a new software platform and Internet of Things based operating system in a bid to speed up innovation in the sector.