Ericsson has launched a "tablet-sized" indoor small cell with carrier aggregation, featuring double capacity and the ability to deliver LTE speeds of up to 300Mbps.
iPass has expanded its Wi-Fi network to 13 million community hotspots, driven by the rapid growth of home hubs, community hotspots and proliferation of Wi-Fi-only devices, the company has announced.
Virgin Mobile customers in the UK will soon be able to connect to Arqiva's Wi-Fi network after the two companies entered a four-year deal.
Mobile and fixed IP convergence systems supplier Taqua has acquired VoWIFI developer Kineto Wireless.
Two new reports have shed light on Wi-Fi usage in the UK that show it is rising faster than cellular, despite reports from EE that 4G LTE is the preferred choice of the two.
Wi-Fi vendor Bluepod Media has set up trial Wi-Fi networks on two London buses, with the city's transport operator hoping to roll it out across the entire fleet.
Cisco has built a Hotspot 2.0 network for Orange Romania, allowing the country's biggest operator to offload 3G and 4G traffic in high demand areas onto Wi-Fi.
French regulator ARCEP has launched a consultation into the use of open spectrum, particularly by short range devices.
Infrastructure provider Arqiva is set to roll out smart metering projects across the north of England and Scotland, launch fresh Wi-Fi projects and expand its digital radio and television portfolios after signing a deal for a €190 million loan.
Qualcomm has completed its takeover of Wilocity, which develops 60GHz WiGig wireless chipsets, as it launches a new range of tri-band platforms to support the likes of 4K video and content sharing.
"The game is not over." That was the upbeat declaration by KPN CTO Erik Hoving on the telecoms industry but it was a rare moment of optimism on the first day of LTE World Summit.
Panasonic Avionics has signed a deal with Eutelsat to use its high throughput satellites to deliver in-flight Wi-Fi coverage.
The average selling price of wireless equipment is starting to increase in a sign that 802.11ac products are starting to make inroads, new research has claimed.
Cisco has installed a two-tier Hotspot 2.0 compatible Wi-Fi solution for Andorra Telecom, offering services such as Voice over IP and instant messaging.
Mobile satellite services operator Inmarsat is set to bring in-flight Wi-Fi to Europe by building a new S-band satellite and deploying over 30MHz of S-band spectrum.
Huawei has successfully tested 10GBps Wi-Fi over the 5GHz band and predicts the technology could be commercially available from 2018.
Ruckus has launched what it is calling the industry's first carrier-grade virtualised wireless LAN (WLAN) controller, which is aimed at helping operators to create cloud-based WLAN products.
The number of Wi-Fi hotspots is set to more than double by 2018, with Europe currently accounting for less than one in 10 deployments.
Demand for Hotspot 2.0 technology is set to surge, with operators planning to install it into more than half of their access points by the end of next year, new research has claimed.
Cisco has deployed hundreds of microcells in Manchester City's Etihad Stadium to bring high capacity Wi-Fi to more than 47,000 fans.
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