Tele2 CTIO Joachim Horn is leaving the Nordic telco to take up a role at an Asian operator.
Oracle has launched a new service offering out of the box virtualised VoLTE and VoWiFi.
Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom and Telefónica Germany will be the first European operators given access to the 700MHz frequency band after Germany’s Federal Network Agency admitted them to next month’s spectrum auction.
Huawei has demonstrated speeds of 450MBps on an IP-RAN based LTE-A solution across three FDD carriers in Hong Kong.
Three is planning to introduce VoLTE to the UK this autumn and is aiming to have one million customers using the service by the end of 2015.
Alcatel-Lucent has unveiled a new software-based communications platform giving enterprises voice, chat, video conferencing and file sharing through any connected device.
BlackBerry has moved to strengthen its security credentials by making a new acquisition and launching products for mobile and the Internet of Things.
Telenor Satellite Broadcasting (TSBc) has put a new satellite into orbit that will allow it to provide VSAT mobility services and direct to home (DTH) television broadcasting in Central and Eastern Europe.
Market leaders Qualcomm and Apple face a challenging year in the mobile CPU space as rivals continue to ramp up shipments.
Google has launched its own wireless service that aims to offer users ubiquitous coverage through a combination of cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Vodafone will being deploying Fon Wi-Fi to its customers in Spain and Italy in the coming weeks, following a deal with the global Wi-Fi company.
China Mobile has deployed Nokia Networks' TD-LTE-A small cell solution at a sporting event in Shanghai.
Turkcell has trialled enriched VoLTE and carrier aggregation as it prepares for next month's spectrum auction.