Bouygues Telecom will launch France’s first internet of things (IoT) network in June, based on low-power, long range (LoRa) technology.
Open, cross-industry discussion is required to ensure the UK can effectively manage its spectrum requirements, a forum has heard.
"Wrong time, wrong place" is Gunther Ottendorfer's sanguine assessment of the nature of his departure after leading Telekom Austria Group's technology strategy.
Alcatel-Lucent’s Bell Labs has launched a consulting division to help organisations understand new network technologies and how they can adopt them in preparation for the industry’s “transformational shift”.
T-Mobile Netherlands will become the first European operator to use drones to inspect the condition of its network infrastructure.
Deutsche Telekom has launched a new innovation lab which will operate in various locations across Europe working towards the development and standardisation of 5G technology.
Huawei and China Mobile have completed a successful demonstration of a virtual VoLTE solution and shown off a prototype for a new, SDN/NFV-based network architecture.
Portuguese IoT company Narrownet is deploying Sigfox's Internet of Things network to enable new applications and services.
Telefónica has deployed Cisco’s ASR router series throughout markets in Latin America to provide high-speed mobile backhaul and capacity for future network requirements.
Intel and Oracle have claimed to have successfully demonstrated carrier-grade NFV, suggesting that communications service providers (CSPs) can deploy virtualisation in commercial environments without sacrificing performance.
Smart cities is to be the latest area of focus for 5G experimentation, with Ericsson and King's College London announcing a new partnership.
Gemalto’s secure NFC SIM cards will be used to bring tap-to-pay travel services to Shanghai and Beijing as part of a new initiative with China Telecom.
Alcatel-Lucent, BT, Orange, and Ericsson are among those who have launched a €4.4 million project aimed at exploring backhaul using G.fast technology.