The global Wi-Fi customer premises equipment (CPE) market is set to grow by 11 eleven percent this year, according to new research.
Apple has issued a fix for its new operating system and joined The Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) Alliance as it looks into 5G.
Polish operator Polkomtel has held a successful trial of voice over LTE on its Plus network, the first time the technology has been used in the country.
ARM has unveiled its new 32-bit Cortex-M processor targeting IoT devices and smart home applications.
Telekom Austria Group M2M has said it is ready to begin a large-scale roll-out of smart meters in Austria with its Österreich Zähler system.
ZTE has launched a new cloud-based network coordination product that offers multi-mode and multi-frequency 2G, 3G and LTE indoors and outdoors.
Ericsson has conducted an over-the-air field trial with Slovak Telecom to demonstrate intra-band contiguous LTE-A carrier aggregation.
Telefónica and Huawei are setting up working groups to explore the possibility of technology including 4G/5G networks, the connected home and virtualisation.
Telekom Austria's Serbian subsidiary has become the latest company to trial NFV technology, by virtualising IMS services for residential and business customers.
Vodafone has formed a partnership with Dresden University of Technology to research and develop 5G technology, while the group's UK arm has extended its rural connectivity program.
UK-based operator EE plans to launch a 400Mbps 4G LTE network at Wembley Stadium in 2016 as part of a six-year partnership to make it “the world’s most connected stadium”.
Alcatel-Lucent has boosted its range of microwave backhaul devices, adding new products which it said would save operators power and costs.
Huawei has bought UK-based M2M specialist Neul, a deal it said would give it scope to expand further into the Internet of Things sector.