UK regulator Ofcom has tripled the license fees for the country’s mobile operators to £199.6 million.
Mobile operators stand to miss out on $18 billion (€16 billion) by failing to properly manage their Wi-Fi assets, a new study has claimed.
Europe needs to do more to support the future use of mobile broadband in both high and low spectrum bands, the GSMA has claimed ahead of November's World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC).
France’s Free Mobile has been awarded additional spectrum by the country’s telecoms regulator.
Qualcomm has agreed to sell its UK spectrum holding to Three and Vodafone in two separate transactions.
Germany has closed its spectrum auction after raising more than €5 billion, putting Vodafone, Telefónica Deutschland and Deutsche Telekom through 181 rounds of bidding.
MTS will bring dual and tri-band carrier aggregation to Russia by the end of this year, with plans to also launch LTE in 19 regions on the 1800MHz band in 2015.
Improving mobile data access on the national railway network has been highlighted as a priority in France's forthcoming 700MHz auction, the country's regulator has said.
The European Commission is to begin making “specific proposals” for the release of the 700MHz spectrum band for use by wireless broadband services, after a public consultation gained majority support.
Turkcell subsidiary Astelit has become the first GSM operator to offer 3G in Ukraine, after launching the service through its life:) brand.
One, common network platform shared across multiple industries is required in order for the Internet of Things market to fully take root while conserving limited spectrum resources, Ericsson’s CTO has claimed.
Ofcom could dish out spectrum from its forthcoming auction in two separate tranches, under proposals released this morning.
Sigfox and electronics company Texas Instruments (TI) are working together to increase IoT deployments using sub-1GHz spectrum, following the launch of new narrowband modules based on TI transceivers.
Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom and Telefónica Germany will be the first European operators given access to the 700MHz frequency band after Germany’s Federal Network Agency admitted them to next month’s spectrum auction.
Plans to review the future of the sub-700Mhz need to be brought forward in order to meet the demands of the rapidly changing mobile and broadcasting markets, the GSMA has said.
Wireless equipment company Anite has claimed to have finalised the world’s first 5G radio channel models as part of the EU-lead METIS project.
Nokia Networks is to showcase 5G speeds of 10GBps during a demonstration of 73GHz millimetre wave (mmWave) technology alongside a new Phased Array Antenna prototype from Mitsubishi.
An Internet of Things (IoT) forum has been launched to help drive the deployment of wide-area IoT technologies across both licensed and unlicensed spectrum.
Open, cross-industry discussion is required to ensure the UK can effectively manage its spectrum requirements, a forum has heard.
Innovation may drive changes in the telecoms, but according to Bell Labs' President, the industry may soon hit a limit in just what it can do.
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