Intel launched its MWC portfolio this morning, comprising new chips, network architecture and security products.
EE's Fotis Karonis has won Mobile Europe's CTO of the Year award after being hailed as the mastermind of the UK operator's expansive LTE strategy.
Qualcomm has revealed new 3D fingerprint scanning technology amid several launches at MWC spanning LTE and the connected home.
Ericsson is deploying a welter of new LTE functionality for Australian operator Telstra, from LTE Broadcast to VoLTE, as it announced plans to collaborate on 5G and virtualisation field trials.
MWC 2015 has kicked off with a deluge of device launches, including a new virtual reality headset from HTC developed in partnership with video game developer Valve.
Ericsson has partnered with engineering giant Skanska to explore ways of improving coverage indoors, as the vendor revealed new TD-LTE tests for its Radio Dot and an LTE trial on the 3.5GHz frequency.
Telefónica has hit downlink speeds of 375MBps on its commercial network in Barcelona by running tri-band carrier aggregation.
The battle for setting the 5G agenda continued at Mobile World Congress with Ericsson announcing a new "5G for Sweden" research scheme.
Google's army of drones will make its first flight in the coming months as it looks to connect remote regions, with the company's digital chief saying it could extend to Europe.
Alcatel-Lucent has launched the “world’s first” small cell technology designed specifically for enterprises alongside a new capability for unifying cellular and Wi-Fi signal data.
Nokia Networks and NTT DOCOMO have used millimetre wave technology to hit data transmission speeds of more than 2GBps on the 70GHz band.
Facebook, KPN, Ericsson, Qualcomm Technologies and Intel have helped formed a new user group exploring LTE Broadcast technology.
EE has demonstrated speeds of more than 400MBps in fresh tri-band carrier aggregation trials with Qualcomm and Huawei.