Telefónica Germany is expanding its mobile backhaul as it looks to integrate its O2 and E-Plus networks.
The prevailing IoT industry will push shipments of Wi-Fi connected devices to 3.75 billion before the end of the decade, new forecasts have claimed.
Analysts have said Nokia must move quickly to rationalise A-L's portfolio, make job cuts and learn lessons of the past.
Water flow equipment provider Talis will use Sigfox’s IoT network to bring its fire hydrants monitoring technology to connected cities.
Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent will place 5G, cloud, analytics, IP and software-defined networking at the centre of a new innovation strategy after the two vendors announced plans to merge.
Microsoft and Fujitsu have collaborated on a new IoT project to streamline agricultural production.
The European SIM market remained flat during 2014, despite making in-roads in NFC, LTE and M2M, new figures from the SIMalliance have revealed.
Plans to review the future of the sub-700Mhz need to be brought forward in order to meet the demands of the rapidly changing mobile and broadcasting markets, the GSMA has said.
Telefónica Germany will activate VoLTE on smartphones later this month once manufacturers make the enabling firmware available.
Google said it is looking forward to discussing its Android operating system after being placed under investigation by the European Commission over possible market abuse.
The western European smartphone market is set to peak in 2017, with a lack of radical innovation hindering future growth, new research has claimed.
Honeywell Aerospace and satellite connectivity specialist Inmarsat are working on new flat-panel antennas to bring aircraft online using smaller technology.
TDC has beaten back Telenor, TeliaSonera and Three in a nationwide coverage analysis of network performance by the Danish Technological Institute (DTI).