Ericsson and Nokia have been boosted by separate deals, with the Finnish vendor set to supply 5G equipment to T-Mobile and the Swedish telco resolving a patent disagreement with LG.
The radio access network basestation equipment market will be worth more than $26 billion in 2023, a new report has predicted.
Play is set to expand its radio access network in Poland after signing a new partnership with Ericsson.
Wind Tre has brought ZTE back in as a vendor partner to restart its hardware work, sparking confusion about the operator's recently signed deals with Ericsson.
3 Denmark has boosted network capacity at the country's recent Roskilde Festival by deploying a Huawei radio solution to alleviate congestion.
Turkcell has boosted capacity and data performance in one of Turkey's biggest arenas after implementing new RAN technology.
Wind Tre has added RAN modernisation to Ericsson's to-do as part of the Swedish vendor's network upgrade project for the Italian operator.
Telefónica Deutschland is looking to the next stage of merging the O2 and E-Plus networks after completing integration in several major German cities and rural parts of the country.
Fastweb has completed construction of a 200-Gbps transport network stretching from Milan to the south of Sicily.
Growth in global spending on IT and telecom equipment, software and services is expected to slow down this year, and slow even further next year, according to a forecast from IDC.
BEREC has launched a public consultation seeking input on proposals to roll out common standards for measuring mobile network coverage across Europe.
Orange Poland and Nokia have together carried out a live trial of cloud-based radio access technology as part of the former's preparations for the arrival of 5G mobile technology.
Telefonica, Huawei and Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) have completed a field trial of quantum cryptography on a commercial optical network.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has launched a smart city initiative that proposes full fibre connectivity to all new homes.
Huawei and German IT services provider DU-IT on Monday unveiled the Rhine Cloud, a smart city and public services cloud platform that will underpin plans to transform Duisburg into a smart city.
Telefonica's domestic unit plans to close one copper network exchange per day over the next three years as part of its migration to fibre-based infrastructure.
Deutsche Telekom has extended vectored VDSL to a further 317,000 premises, giving end users access to up to 100-Mbps broadband.
1&1 Versatel plans to provide 100Gbps fibre connections to businesses in key commercial areas in the towns of Lehrte and Munster, provided there is sufficient demand to support the initiative.
Swisscom is launching a new IP transport network after working with Huawei on the transformation.
Facebook and Qualcomm are aiming to support fixed-wireless access technology after partnering to integrate new chipsets with the social network's Terragraph technology.
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