The UK boasts 23.6 million LTE subscriptions, 28 percent of total, growing more than 20 million in a year, new figures from Ofcom have revealed.
Telekom Slovenije is targeting 92 percent LTE population coverage by the end of this year, as it continues its migration to an all-IP network.
Depending on your levels of cynicism, Google's Project Loon is the internet pioneer at its imaginative best, or self-indulgent publicity seeking worst.
The UK is becoming a two-tier mobile market, with quality split between EE and Three at the high end, and O2 and Vodafone at the bottom, new research has claimed.
Vodafone Portugal is claiming a European first after it demonstrated speeds of 600MBps on its network by using tri-band carrier aggregation.
Vodafone has modernised 80,000 sites and brought LTE to 75 percent of Europe's population, the operator has announced.
LTE is finally beginning to live up to its potential as momentum picks up around carrier aggregation and HD calling, new findings have revealed.
Nokia Networks and Huawei have held carrier aggregation trials with Asian operators, with the Chinese vendor aiming to launch tri-band LTE-A in Hong Kong.
Huawei has set up a smart parking network for China Unicom Shanghai, using 4.5G technology to tell drivers where they can leave their cars.
TDC has brought dual-band carrier aggregation to more than 500 sites across Denmark, offering consumers speeds of up to 300MBps.
Huawei and French transport company Alstom have held the first successful pilot of ground-to-train LTE communication.
Sverker Hannervall is stepping down as TeliaSonera’s Group CTO, the Scandinavian operator has announced.
LTE World Summit, the industry's annual examination of 4G and where the market is heading, generally looks to the future. However, this year's conference has been dominated by the past.
Nokia has helped Middle-Eastern operator du to launch the first LTE-A service in the United Arab Emirates.
Vodafone Portugal has become the first operator to launch FDD/TDD commercially in its network, ahead of wider device availability this year.
More than 300 companies are producing LTE devices, with over a third now supporting carrier aggregation, new figures have shown.
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.
Global wholesale carrier Bics has reported double-digit month-on-month growth of LTE roaming traffic over its IP packet exchange (IPX) network.
A UK university has built a prototype, single antenna full-duplex radio that could double the capacity of wireless systems.
LTE infrastructure spending is peaking as operators begin to slowdown the rate of 4G rollouts, a new report has claimed.
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