LTE subscriptions are now growing faster than any other kind of mobile connectivity, new figures from the Global mobile Suppliers Association has claimed.
Huawei is working with partners toward building a new, open software defined networking (SDN) ecosystem to help operators speed up the commercialisation of the technology.
Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia are amongst the leading players in a small cell site services market that will reach over $5 billion (€4.7 billion) by 2019, a new report has claimed.
Finnish operator DNA holds the crown for carrying the most mobile data traffic per user in the world, a new report has claimed.
Google has launched an update to its Android operating system, offering smartphone and tablet users the ability to use multiple SIMs and HD voice calling.
NEC is to create a software defined networking based smart city platform for Bristol in the United Kingdom, providing potential services for residents, enterprises and academics.
Apple has launched its smartwatch alongside a new open source toolkit designed for medical and health research.
Three quarters of LTE subscribers in the UK are continuing to use public Wi-Fi networks, with a majority of subscribers saying they would switch to an operator providing Wi-Fi as part of their contract, new research has found.
The shift towards virtualisation was one of the dominant themes of last week's Mobile World Congress, but questions are increasingly being asked about whether the industry is moving as one in the right direction.
A robot was chosen to be the public face of SK Telecom's 5G strategy at Mobile World Congress, with the Asian operator confident it will extend its lead in LTE into the next generation of mobile technology.
Vodafone is set to launch Voice over LTE and Wi-Fi calling to its customers in the United Kingdom this summer.
Apple’s foray into the wearables market has been a long time coming but, while the Apple Watch is set to instigate a new age of devices, for now it simply marks another evolution of an industry struggling to meet a more urgent requirement.
Vodafone has connected the London Metropolitan Police with tablets and bespoke apps, as well as launching the first international money transfer service for its M-Pesa mobile money solution.