Vodafone UK has announced plans to switch on 1,000 5G sites by 2020, as the operator seeks to position itself as leading the country towards the next generation of mobile technology.
Eltrona has switched on its DOCSIS 3.1 network, becoming the first operator in Luxembourg to launch a gigabit residential broadband service.
Austrian incumbent A1 is extending its fibre broadband network in Upper Austria to 41 new locations, as part of a €40 million-per-year investment plan for the region.
Deutsche Telekom and engineering firm Aricent have taken the wraps off an open source mobile edge compute platform designed to help operators rapidly develop and launch 5G applications and services.
Tele2 has made temporary upgrades to its mobile network in two major cities in Lithuania in preparation for the visit of Pope Francis this weekend.
Austria's auction of spectrum for 5G services will begin in February next year, the country's regulator announced on Wednesday, with the sale structured in such a way as to allow regional broadband providers the chance to gain access to the mobile market.
Telefonica International Wholesale Services (TIWS) has switched on its first 200 Gigabit Ethernet redundant data roaming interconnection in response to what it calls 'significant growth' in mobile roaming traffic.
Wind Tre has extended fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) connectivity to the city of Matera in the Basilicata region of Italy thanks to its partnership with wholesale network Open Fiber.
Telenor Sweden has revealed that mobile data traffic on its network in July rocketed 128 percent year-on-year, an increase the operator attributed to extreme weather and the World Cup.
Deutsche Telekom has inked a partnership deal with United Smart Cities with a view to driving forward its presence in the smart cities space and adopting a Silicon Valley approach to deploying new products and services.