Vodafone UK has quietly launched its NFC-powered SmartPass wallet, allowing UK customers to make payments with smartphones.
Wholesale carrier service provider BICS is bringing IP over satellite (IPoSat) services to Africa, to bring connectivity to landlocked countries and back-up for fibre and submarine cables.
Broadcom has extended its channel partner programme to include module makers, design house and original device manufacturers as it looks to build its Internet of Things product range.
Technology such as massive MIMO and multi-user shared access (MUSA), dubbed pre-5G, will bridge the gap between LTE and future telco standards, a ZTE executive has claimed.
Cybersecurity in the increasing number of connected vehicles will be explored by a new partnership that includes digital identity expert Intercede, transport engineering R&D centre MIRA and automotive systems specialists Plextek.
Operators and vendors are a pessimistic bunch when you speak to them about data growth. While it has been a boon for their industries, the downside is looming: the dreaded capacity crunch. Soaring video consumption and social networking on ever more affordable smart devices could lead to the day where everything freezes up.
UK MVNO 24 Seven has released a SIM-based solution that enables national roaming, as the debate around government plans to introduce the service rages on.
Cisco and Ruckus are enjoying the spoils of the growing carrier-grade Wi-Fi market, as an increasing appetite for next-generation hotspot technology puts the demand for equipment on the rise.
The debate around the potential Internet of Things market has continued, with IDC predicting there will be 30 billion connected objects by 2020, with the sector worth $3.04 trillion (€2.44 trillion).
Enterprises accounted for more than half of all mobile security software sales in the second half of 2014, as new research from Infonetics predicted the device protection market will grow 25 percent annually until 2018.
Ofcom will hold an auction of spectrum in the “very high capacity” 2.3GHz and 3.4GHz frequency bands to meet the growing demands of mobile broadband services in the UK.
NFV will account for the bulk of the virtualisation market, with vendors set to make money from applications, rather than orchestration and control, a new report has claimed.
The smartphone market has hit a milestone, breaking through 300 million shipments per quarter for the first time, new research has revealed.