Standards for wireless smart home technology need to be made more robust in order for the burgeoning sector to thrive, a consortium of operators and vendors have said.
Huawei has successfully tested 10GBps Wi-Fi over the 5GHz band and predicts the technology could be commercially available from 2018.
Telefónica has teamed up with Red Hat and Intel to build a new virtual infrastructure management platform based on open source software.
Virgin Media Business has completed a trial of a millimetre wave small cell backhaul network, with installation time of a radio taking less than 15 minutes.
Mozilla has opened preorders on its first reference device for developers working on apps for the digital company's Firefox OS.
The move towards virtualised networks, which has been exciting the industry during the past 12 months, has one unexpected downside; it could be more vulnerable to threats.
Deutsche Telekom has signed a cloud partnership with Avaya to develop the first cloud-based call centre solution in Europe.
UK regulator Ofcom is aiming to move digital TV services and wireless microphones off the 700MHz band by 2022, to make it available for mobile broadband use.
Chip maker Broadcom has built a new interoperable power management unit for smartphones, allowing devices to use any wireless charging standard.
Internet optimisation vendor Flash Networks has launched a new product which it claims has resulted in 30 percent faster upload speeds when using messaging apps such as WhatsApp and Snapchat.
Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco and NEC have completed proof of concept trials for virtualised Evolved Packet Core for NTT DOCOMO.
Alcatel-Lucent has made the first deployment of the NFV portfolio it revealed at this year's Mobile World Congress, rolling out its Wireless Cloud Element Radio Network Controller to Saudi operator Mobily.
Telefónica will deploy 350 sensors across Valencia and run its smart city project through its own internet of things platform after winning a competitive tender by the local council.