A consortium of UK tech companies, including ARM, BT and IBM, has developed a new interoperable IoT specification that allows apps to break out of vertical silos and discover data from a range of other services.
The European Commission has doubled the size of a €1 billion research project aiming to unlock longer battery lives and flexible smart devices.
LTE deployments are driving huge growth in mobile infrastructure security, with spending set to grow by a compound annual growth rate of 42 percent, new research has claimed.
Taqua and Mavenir have launched new voice over Wi-Fi products, coinciding with this year's LTE World Summit.
The increasing hype surrounding 5G technology has been greeted by a surprising source of scepticism: that of the GSMA.
LTE will account for more than a quarter of total global mobile subscriptions over the next five years, according to new research.
Dynamic mesh networking should be at the heart of building 5G networks in order to help base stations work alongside one another, according to ZTE.
Orange has been voted the best 2G and 3G operator in France for the fourth year in a row, according to a new report by the country's regulator.
Google is offering app developers early access to the development version of its forthcoming 'L' version of Android, as the digital company unveiled smartwatches, connected car software and an emerging markets version of its phone OS.
EE has finished moving onto a new national IP/MPLS core network using edge routers built by Juniper.
Telenor Norway CTO Frode Støldal discusses how the operator changed its 4G LTE plans because of Apple, the challenges of rolling out LTE in rural regions and the future of its 3G network in the second part of an exclusive video interview.
"The game is not over." That was the upbeat declaration by KPN CTO Erik Hoving on the telecoms industry but it was a rare moment of optimism on the first day of LTE World Summit.
Mobile Europe caught up with Telenor Norway CTO Frode Støldal at this month's Small Cells World Summit to discuss the operator's use of the technology.