Hackers could redirect calls and obtain customer information through a new version of Regin malware, which attacks GSM cells, security company Kaspersky has claimed.
Huawei is building three labs in Germany, China and the United States to help the telecoms industry develop NFV and SDN technologies.
Telenor Connexion, the M2M arm of the Norway-based operator, has developed a new product to help companies handle large-scale IoT SIM deployments.
Inmarsat is constructing a new telecoms network using S-band satellite and an S-band ground network to bring mobile connectivity to European airlines.
Qualcomm has unveiled an LTE-A Category 10 modem and a new envelope tracker alongside news it is to enter the server market.
Operators need to focus on sub-2GHz spectrum rather than look to the higher bands for forthcoming 5G technology, the CTO of Tele2 has warned, but a senior Huawei executive said high frequency spectrum was essential to meet capacity problems.
MegaFon and Huawei are to fast-track the rollout of a 5G network in Russia in time for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Phased array antennae have become the latest area of focus for 5G, with Ericsson and IBM launching a research project into the technology.
Data usage will account for more than half of global roaming sales within five years, with new research highlighting the increasing importance of IPX peering deals.
ZTE has announced it carried out a field test of pre-5G massive MIMO technology in partnership with China Mobile, while rival Huawei unveiled its own prototype.
Turkcell has backed Ericsson’s real-time traffic steering technology after completing a trial in an Istanbul shopping centre.
Operators need to educate staff about SDN and NFV right down to the network engineer level, if they are to take advantage of the technology, a roundtable of CTOs has said.
Mobile operators in the UK will be able to deploy networks on the 700MHz frequency band after Ofcom announced plans to free up some of the airwaves currently used by digital television and wireless microphone services.