Huawei and Telefónica have completed a joint test of software-defined networking (SDN)-based IP and optical synergy.
Mahinda Comviva has announced that it has built an NFC, QR code and Bluetooth Low Energy enabled digital wallet aimed at telcos, banks and retailers.
Rohde & Schwarz has completed its takeover of firewall producer Adyton Systems as it looks to boost its presence in the network security market.
UK operator EE has been found to have the country’s best mobile network for call, text and data performance and reliability, according to new research.
Mobile marketing, wallet and payment company Proxama has signed a deal with HID Global to provide retailers with a more secure loyalty and coupon experience.
Motorola has demonstrated live video streaming over Norway’s public safety radio network Nødnett using TETRA Enhanced Data Service (TEDS).
The vendor also demonstrated advanced data applications, which were optimised to work within a channel bandwidth size of 50 kHz.
4G will overtake 2G as the main source of coverage in Scotland within two years and extend to 98 percent of the population by 2023, according to a new report by Scottish government.
The report said 4G would spread "surprisingly fast" during the next few years, although it warned that there was a lack of awareness about small cells and too many barriers for the technology to help supplement next generation mobile.
Orange Business Services is building a cloud-based satellite solution to aid management of the shipping industry, after the operator joined a new European Union initiative for the sector.
Wireless Logic has overhauled its M2M SIM control platform with a host of new functions, including the remote configuration of new settings onto a SIM.
Delegates at this year's Mobile World Congress generated more than 19.1 terabytes of traffic through the venue’s Wi-Fi network, which was one of the first large scale deployments of Hotspot 2.0 technology.
Cloud communications company Nexmo has teamed up with Three to offer OTT APIs to UK enterprises.
Nexmo’s cloud-to-mobile services allow app developers, online businesses and enterprises to reach consumers and devices by using the company’s Cloud APIs to develop text messaging and voice products.
Difficulties in project management, technical issues and negotiations with partners are among the factors that operators believe will lead to a slow rollout of small cells, new research has found.
The report, which was commissioned by Amdocs and written by Real Wireless, found that while 70 percent of operators intend to have small cells deployed by 2018, the majority of them are predicting rollout will be slow.
Payment solutions vendor Ingenico has signed a deal with PayEx to deliver an m-payment solution in the Nordic region.
The payment on-the-go solution, dubbed iSMP, has been jointly developed with PayEx’s POS supplier, OpenSolution Nordic.