Orange and Facebook have launched a new start-up accelerator programme aimed at fostering innovation in network infrastructure.
Telefónica is using artificial intelligence to analyse customer data and provide better service.
Huawei introduced new network planning services for carriers at its 2017 Global Analyst Summit.
Network infrastructure suppliers CommScope and Kathrein have signed an agreement to cross-license parts of their patent portfolios.
Tele2 has launched a new project to improve the energy efficiency of its 4G network in order to meet new climate change goals.
Huawei has called for partners as it proposed a new approach to traffic blocking on data networks.
Experts welcomed the UK Budget as a “promising first step” for investment in the country’s telecoms infrastructure as it offered new funding for 5G.
Two new backhaul routes are being established into Europe, as wholesalers Telia Carrier and BICS unveiled new deals.
VEON’s Russian opco Beeline has tasked Nokia to manage its networks as part of a five-year managed services contract.
BT has joined the Telecom Infra Project to accelerate research into disruptive telecoms technologies.
Nokia has unveiled new technologies that will allow operators to handle increasing network demands as well as new tools to create private mobile networks for businesses.
Russia’s MTS is to deploy the Ericsson Radio System in the city of Ufa to support growing mobile data traffic.
Keysight Technologies has agreed a $1.6 billion deal to acquire rival Ixia as the testing and measurement market undergoes more consolidation.
Nokia has launched a digital assistant for telecoms operators to give engineers voice-activated access to information, alongside a new support service that can predict hardware problems.
Ericsson has launched a new solution to accelerate network building for operators’ LTE, 5G and IoT projects.
Huawei has unveiled a new cloud-based air interface (CloudAIR) solution to enable more efficient sharing of spectrum, power, and radio channels, amid new video and IoT announcements.
Telefónica and Huawei have developed a new proof-of-concept for a 5G radio access network (RAN) that transfers the logistics of cellular handover from the mobile device to the network.
Ericsson has made the first deployment of its Elastic RAN in Tokyo, which it said can offer a more flexible coordination of users and cells.
DNA and Sonera have completed their network sharing programme, which now covers 15 percent of Finland's population, across the north and east of the country.
EE and Vodafone have come joint-top in a series of UK benchmarking tests to evaluate such metrics as call quality, data speeds and video performance.
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