More than 300 million consumers will be using voice over LTE by the end of 2016, new research has claimed.
Nokia is boasting speeds of up to 400MBps by aggregating TD-LTE-A with Wi-Fi, amid a showcase of new LTE technologies.
LTE continues to be the fastest growing mobile technology ever, with connections doubling during the past year to 1.29 billion, the Global mobile Suppliers Association has claimed.
TDC has become the first Danish operator to showcase speeds of 1GBps through its network.
Huawei has brought the first 1GBps network to Africa, working with Vodacom by aggregating licensed and unlicensed spectrum.
Nokia has rolled out centralised RAN and a small cells network in Valencia, and deployed mobile edge computing in research with a Russian non-profit.
Proximus has demonstrated speeds of 1.1GBps on its live mobile network through a trial of quad-band carrier aggregation with Huawei, who also provided an update on its progress towards 5G.
Encryption has wiped out almost 60 percent of the video and audio optimisation market during the past year, as soaring data usage has contrasted with privacy fears, new research has found.
Turkcell has held the first demonstration of LTE broadcast on its network, beaming content from two of Istanbul's biggest basketball teams to fans.
French regulator Arcep is sifting through 25 applications to buy spectrum covering the country's overseas territories.
EE has continued to be the best performing network in London, but new research has found the face for second place is increasingly close.
Proximus is launching VoLTE in Belgium after hitting download speeds of 1.1GBps in a trial of 4.5G technology.
MuLTefire technology has been trialled by the Saudi Telecom Company and Nokia, as the vendor looks to foster interest in the new "LTE like" technology.
Finnish operator DNA has used a mixture of three carrier aggregation, 256QAM and Ericsson technology to deliver theoretical maximum speeds of 600MBps.
Nokia has helped Saudi Arabian operator to deploy a three carrier LTE-Advanced network, offering its customers speeds of up to 187.5MBps.
Telenor and Vodafone have added a fifth separate service to run across a single IPX interconnect.
South Korean operator LG Uplus and Huawei have enabled dual carrier aggregation technology on a commercial network, bringing uplink data rates of 108MBps.
Operators are trying to put LTE-Broadcast back on the agenda after forming an alliance to encourage new business models and device compatibility.
EE has broken with convention and announced plans to offer LTE coverage to 95 percent of the UK's landmass.
Swisscom is a claiming a European first after successfully hitting data transfer speeds of 1GBps on its mobile network in tests with Ericsson.
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