O2 is using fibre-connected small cells to bolster its LTE-A network in the UK city of Aberdeen.
Nokia has launched a bespoke version of the Android operating system as it looks to help first responders using mission-critical LTE.
Finnish private network operator Ukkoverkot is modernising its nationwide LTE network with Nokia as it looks to improve performance.
Deutsche Telekom has claimed a new European record for throughput on the 3.5GHz band, hitting speeds of 750MBps on its commercial mobile network.
Telefónica has signed a partnership with Nokia to explore how LTE and 5G can deliver new types of services.
UK operator EE is refarming its 2G spectrum to meet demand for forthcoming Cat 12 smartphones.
Qualcomm has released a chipset for connected cars based on 3GPP cellular standards.
EE has launched its first own brand Cat-7 wireless router, which can offer download speeds of up to 90MBps over its cellular network.
Vodafone’s Irish opco has debuted NB-IoT across the country and launched a series of trials of the technology.
Ericsson and Huawei are paving the way towards 5G with trials of new technologies including Massive MIMO and 5G fixed wireless access.
T-Mobile Netherlands is adding a new frequency band using TD-LTE as it looks to boost data speeds for customers.
Ericsson’s new CTO has emphasised the importance of moving fast on technology, as the vendor announced a number of trials and customer wins.
Voice over LTE has now been launched on a fifth of all commercial 4G networks, new research has claimed.
Turkcell has upgraded its LTE network to support NB-IoT as it looks to support the growth of an IoT ecosystem in Turkey.
The London Underground is set to get 4G connectivity under new plans announced by city authorities.
Three UK is seeking a judicial review to overturn Ofcom’s ruling on the upcoming spectrum auction, it has confirmed.
MegaFon has launched Russia’s first Gigabit LTE service, achieving download speeds of 979MBps in a demonstration.
UK mobile subscribers increased their data usage by 44 percent in 2016 as they capitalised on faster 4G plans, research from Ofcom has revealed.
Irish operator Imagine is teaming up with Huawei to launch a fixed wireless access (FWA) network in the country as an alternative to FTTP.
Ericsson and Qualcomm have hit 953MBps in a Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) trial with Verizon.
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