Nokia has announced a new temporary LTE network and geo-location solution, as its pre Mobile World Congress product blitz continues.
Vimpelcom and MegaFon are teaming up to develop and share LTE base station deployments across 10 regions of Russia, with the project set to go live by the end of June.
Telstra, Ericsson and Ciena have held a successful demonstration of new optical encryption technology that they claimed safeguards the transmission of data.
BT has appointed its Chief Architect and MD for Global IT Platforms to lead its Technology, Services and Operations team, as the operator looks to integrate recently acquired EE's network with its own.
Swisscom has started trialling its converged mobile and fixed line service, in a bid to improve download speeds.
Ericsson and Huawei have extended their global patent licence agreement that applies to their GSM, UMTS and LTE cellular standards.
Network vendor Vasona has appointed Vodafone veteran Rui Frazao as its Chief Technology Officer.
Telefónica and Vodafone have brought high-bandwidth LTE to Berlin's Fan Mile for the first time, after installing an intelligent digital distributed antenna system (idDAS) to boost capacity.
Swisscom and Ericsson have announced plans to collaborate more closely on developing the operator’s mobile network.
Huawei has offered its take on next generation architecture, proposing an application-driven network (ADN) that will be led by demand.
Bouygues Telecom has carried out network optimisation on its 2G and 3G networks in Paris, identifying coverage holes, traffic hotspots and poor RF conditions.
Ericsson will handle the design, planning and deployment of EE and Three's MBNL infrastucture network after its managed services agreement was expanded for another three years.
Telefónica Deutschland will begin consolidating the networks of O2 and E-Plus in Germany next year, as it looks to improve coverage in densely-populated areas.
Mobile Europe has launched its 2015/2016 survey, which aims to uncover what the key technology priorities have been for operators in 2015 and what they expect from the year ahead.
On 1 April next year, the gun will finally be fired on Turkey's 4G-era and Turkcell is aiming to take a leading role by launching with an LTE-Advanced network.
Alcatel-Lucent has introduced a new Distributed Antenna System Radio Frequency Module (DAS RFM) that promises up to a 30 percent reduction in hardware costs for operators.
SFR has been criticised by the French regulator Arcep for "insufficient" mast sharing to rival Free Mobile.
Deutsche Telekom has used mobile edge computing to enable car to car connectivity with latencies under 20 milliseconds.
Equipment vendors Ericsson and Cisco are buddying up to jointly develop services for next-generation networks.
Huawei and China Telecom subsidiary Sichuan Telecom have live broadcast a television show in 4K for the first time.
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