Huawei and Vodafone Spain have announced that they have successfully completed with world’s first GSM-LTE dynamic spectrum sharing (GL DSS) trial.
Swisscom has rolled out an LTE-Advanced network in Berne and Lausanne railway stations as a prelude to it becoming available in the cities of Berne and Biel/Bienne next month.
The maker of the first ever SIM card, Giesecke & Devrient (G&D), has launched a triple SIM card which combines all form factors – from ID-1 (credit card format) to the classic plug-in format (2FF), through to the micro-SIM (3FF) and nano-SIM (4FF) – on a single card so that the same SIM can be used on different devices.
Two operators are launching a beta trial of the GSMA Mobile Connect service that will allow consumers to use their smartphones as secure authentication when they access digital services.
IT consultancy Consult Hyperion has published a guide to host card emulation (HCE) and SIM secure element, aimed at providing a balanced analysis of both approaches for banks and mobile operators looking at NFC payments.
Telenor Global Services and Vodafone’s wholesale arm have announced an IPX interconnect and 4G LTE peering agreement.
The European Commission and the South Korean government have signed what they are calling “a landmark agreement” to further the development of 5G mobile technology.
Fresh from the acquisition of AI and natural language processing start-up Desti, Nokia subsidiary HERE is to acquire real-time predictive analytics company Medio Systems.
A Metis task force led by network and handset testing supplier Anite has published the first channel models for 5G technology.
Qualcomm is aiming at the small and home business markets with the launch of a low cost small cell chip that supports both LTE and Wi-Fi.