Vodafone rained on BT’s 5G parade, offering unlimited data at no extra cost for 5G, now its offering the UK’s first home broadband bundles with 5G.
Transport Commissioner, Violeta Bulc, pushed Wi-Fi as the standard because it is readily available and to drastically reduce the 25,000 deaths a year on Europe's roads.
Mobile traffic will reach almost a zettabyte per year by 2022, according to Cisco’s latest Mobile Visual Networking Index (VNI) Forecast.
Standards bodies call for combined 5G and Wi-Fi network resources to address new opportunities and use cases.
BT is extending its Complete Wi-Fi to new Superfast and Ultrafast Fibre broadband customers.
Wi-Fi provider iPass has signed a deal worth seven figures to provide connectivity to customers of Deutsche Telekom Group.
Cisco is pledging to build next generation mobility services for transport networks as part of a $100 million investment in the United Kingdom.
Rostelecom this week announced that it has rolled out fibre infrastructure for Russian gas company SVGC, and separately installed WiFi access points in the town of Vologda.
The European Commission has cancelled the tender process for its free, public Wi-Fi hotspot scheme, WiFi4EU, citing a technical error.
Fon has brokered a deal with ER Telecom that will see the pair provide WiFi access to the half a billion football fans due to descend on Russia in the coming weeks for the World Cup.
The IEEE has formed two new working groups, one hoping to advance the role of Wi-Fi in the automotive sector, the other focused on Wi-Fi broadcast technology.
Fastweb has signed a memorandum of understanding with the city council in Lecce to improve WiFi connectivity, including the installation of up to 350 new hotspots.
The Wireless Broadband Alliance is to explore how the roaming of IoT devices could be aided by a new spin on existing technology.
BT has launched a new service for enterprises offering LTE fallback if a workplace's broadband network fails.
The carrier Wi-Fi market is set to grow by a total of $3.5 billion over the next four years thanks to ongoing demand for network density and the Internet of Things, new research has claimed.
Wi-Fi provider iPass is to provide connectivity to customers of global MVNO Lycamobile.
The UK’s BT Mobile and Russia’s MTS have both launched VoLTE and Wi-Fi calling to their markets, as Turkcell’s subsidiary in Ukraine introduced the country's first 4.5G services.
Nokia and Facebook have teamed up to build a new fixed wireless access product allowing operators to offer gigabit speeds to customers.
Telefónica Deutschland has started a project to roll out voice over LTE and voice over Wi-Fi to its customer base.
The European Aviation Network's delayed attempts to offer Wi-Fi connectivity to airline passengers will finally take flight by June after the completion of its ground network.
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