Wi-Fi and mobile devices have been identified as primary drivers of a predicted threefold growth in IP traffic between now and 2019, when numbers are expected to hit two zettabytes (2,000,000,000,000 gigabytes).
Telenor and Telekom Austria Group have expanded their LTE footprints by signing an LTE roaming deal that will affect 220 million subscribers.
T-Mobile Czech Republic has completed a trial of 400G technology with Alcatel-Lucent in a bid to speed up data services in the country.
Nokia Networks has held the first 4x4 MIMO trial in South East Asia, demonstrating LTE-Advanced speeds of 600MBps.
Audi has become the latest car manufacturer to explore how mobile can transform its business by teaming up with Huawei to test new technology.
European operators stand to realise €39 billion by adopting virtualisation and transforming themselves into cloud carriers, a report from Bell Labs has claimed.
LTE-U has been seen as a potential solution to ongoing network operator woes but a panel at this week's Wi-Fi Global Summit was blunt about the scepticism that exists about the tech.
Nokia Networks is claiming a new network steering manager can solve network congestion and increase an operator's capacity by up to 10 percent.
Ericsson has built a 5G network as part of a project to improve productivity and safety in the Swedish mining industry.
Ofcom could dish out spectrum from its forthcoming auction in two separate tranches, under proposals released this morning.
Qualcomm has started work with Daimler on connected car technologies, as the chipset maker also announced the first operator deal for its biometrics platform.
TeliaSonera has broadened its IoT/M2M portfolio after landing a stake in a Swedish IoT company specialising in “smart” human interfaces and sensor analytics.
An increase in the number of connected cars on the roads could have “grave implications” for mobile networks unless appropriate measures are taken, a new study has revealed.