Wind Tre has brought ZTE back in as a vendor partner to restart its hardware work, sparking confusion about the operator's recently signed deals with Ericsson.
Operators need to undergo the "essential" transformation of both OSS and BSS if they are to take advantage of 5G, a new report from TM Forum has warned.
Deutsche Telekom has become the latest operator to join the Linux Foundation, saying it will support its shift towards 5G services.
Proximus is teaming up with Belgian construction company BESIX Group to design and create smart buildings.
Cisco is pledging to build next generation mobility services for transport networks as part of a $100 million investment in the United Kingdom.
Orange is widening the scope of its 5G testing to greater Paris and Île-de-France, with new research facilities, consumer services and a connected racetrack.
Google has been fined €4.34 billion by the European Commission for stifling competition and ensuring the dominance of its search engine.
Smart city vendor Telensa is connecting 64,000 lights across Edinburgh, enabling the city to run an energy efficiency programme.
Vodafone UK has began live trials of its fibre broadband service and introduced new products to its Internet of Things range.
France will have its first 5G city by 2020 and its major transport routes covered by 2025, as the contry's regulator Arcep outlined its plans to foster next generation technology.