5G will cover up to 65% of the world's population by the end of 2025 and handle 45% of global mobile data traffic by then the report says.
KPN and offshore telecommunication supplier Tampnet have entered into a partnership to expand 4G coverage in the North Sea for business customers.
Cobham Wireless’s idDAS (intelligent digital distributed antenna system) is now providing 4G coverage in Berlin’s U-Bahn for subscribers of all three of Germany’s major mobile operators.
The new company is claimed to the world's first end-to-end, cloud-native mobile operator and began trialling its network in major Japanese cities earlier this month.
The operator says its “continued to massively expand the LTE network", providing many holiday resorts with fast Internet access.
DT and Ericsson announce a strategic partnership to jointly serve industrial enterprise customers with Campus Networks.
Since May this year, Deutsche Telekom has deployed 141 new mobile communications locations in Germany to drive network expansion.
5G networks are set to generate 26% of wireless service revenue in 2024, according to a new forecast report from Strategy Analytics’ Service Provider Strategies service.
The Port of Kokkola and Ukkoverkot, a private wireless LTE operator, have signed a four-year agreement with Nokia to develop and operate a private LTE network.
Nokia and Nordic Telecom have launched what they claim is the world’s first Mission Critical Communication (MCC)-ready LTE network in the 410-430 MHz band.
Vodafone Deutschland has completed 1,300 LTE deployments in the first 100 days of 2019.
Bouygues Telecom has been named best operator in France for LTE coverage in 2018, while SFR was named best network for LTE-A coverage.
Private LTE could generate substantial revenue for mobile service providers and vendors, according to new analysis from ABI Research.
Group CEO spells out the reasons for Orange’s financial results for 2018 – content and fast access are two of them.
Wholesale carrier BICS says 4G/LTE roaming traffic last year was almost double that of 2017, continuing the year-on-year trend of rapid growth.
Finnish private network operator Ukkoverkot and Nokia are building an LTE network for the Port of HaminaKotka to strengthen its IoT and digitisation capabilities.
Huawei has denied it presents a security threat to European networks, after the EU's technology commissioner said the continent should be concerned about its operations.
Swisscom is seeking to monitor and optimise its LTE network after deploying new analytics software from Ericsson.
Ericsson is blaming software for outages that left more than 30 million O2 UK customers without data services for most of yesterday.
Deutsche Telekom and Ericsson have illuminated a new public and private LTE network for German lighting manufacturer OSRAM.
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