The envelope tracking (ET) market is set to exceed four billion units per year by 2018, fuelled by inclusion of the technology on 4G LTE smartphones and new Wi-Fi standards.
Telenor is eyeing a "major investment" in 4G LTE after picking Ericsson to provide 2G, 3G and 4G LTE radio hardware.
UK mobile operator O2 is turning to fibre as it looks to handle increasing data traffic from its 4G LTE rollout.
LG has developed its first mobile processor, with the Category 6 Nuclun chipset being included in its new Korea-exclusive G3 Screen handset.
New video and voice products and an increase in personal data plans will cause the LTE diameter signalling market to grow from 12 million messages per second(MPS) last year to 216 million MPS in 2018.
Proximus is bringing new features to its Wi-Fi network in Belgium, allowing users automatic access based on their SIM card.
Huawei will introduce its latest Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) proof-of-concepts (PoCs) at this year’s Broadband World Forum.
Network solutions provider BATM has launched a 10 gigabit-ethernet (10GE) NFV platform for edge-of-network IT services.
The drive by Apple and Samsung to equip their handsets with the latest sensor technology will lead the market to almost triple between 2012 and 2018, new research has claimed.
The big beasts of Scandinavian infrastructure took to Twitter last week to slug it out for bragging rights over carrier aggregation innovations.
Telefónica has developed a "Lego-like" smart home product for consumers, which connects using 2G.
Passpoint 2.0 will grow during the next 12 months as operators move from trialling the technology to deployments and more roaming agreements are signed, the head of the Wi-Fi Alliance has claimed.
Telefónica Germany has readied its network for VoLTE, becoming one of the first operators to offer converged wireless and wireline services on a common IMS core network.