Nokia has used IP/MPLS and packet microwave radio technology to strengthen a public safety network in California.
Facebook has developed an open source wireless access platform as part of its plans to connect remote parts of the world.
French operators will have better access to transport, power and water infrastructure as the country's regulator aims to improve coverage in the country.
Proximus and Belgian start-up Tessares are aiming to connect Belgium's unconnected by debuting a new technology that combines fixed and mobile networks.
Dynamic spectrum sharing company Federated Wireless is working with Siemens to provide connectivity in the Citizens' Broadband Radio Service band.
Nokia has signed its latest infrastructure deal with China Mobile, with the one year, €1.36 billion agreement focused on helping the operator shift to a flexible cloud network.
Vodafone is deploying Ericsson's briefcase-sized radio units across London in a bid to overcome prohibitive planning laws.
Nokia has launched a LTE network in a backpack, aimed at public safety, disaster management or connecting remote areas.
Network sharing needs to be limited in scope or it could damage long-term investments in infrastructure, the French regulator has ruled.
Ericsson has boosted LTE coverage at all 10 stadiums hosting next month's Euro 2016 football tournament.
The networking monitoring equipment market bounced back to growth in 2015, driven by operators' need to ensure mission critical network performance, new research has claimed.
O2 UK is deploying traffic management software across London to help improve the performance of its 3G and LTE networks.
Ericsson and NEC have developed two separate mobile solutions to aid populations ravaged by disaster or crisis.
Vodafone is aiming to switch off its 3G networks in Europe by 2020, after it announced the completion of its three-year network investment project.
Three Ireland is simplifying its radio access network operations by hiring Nokia to run its multi-technology, multi-vendor hardware.
Macrocell base station spending has been predicted to fall for the second year in a row, as operators shift capex to network densification.
MTS is renting out its infrastructure to rivals and called for companies to apply to use equipment on its towers.
The distributed antenna system market is struggling to find growth, with Europe a rare bright spot for the sector, new research has claimed.
EE has turned to open source network architecture to help solve the challenges facing rural coverage.
Unnecessary handovers between antennas could be reduced, thanks to a new algorithm developed by researchers from Ericsson, Nokia and Belgian research body iMinds.
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