Belgium's BASE is to research Internet of Things, LTE-Advanced and 5G technologies after signing a partnership agreement with ZTE.
LTE will increase from 30 percent of mobile subscriptions globally today to 50 percent by 2024 as advanced versions of the technology take off, new projections suggest.
Telenor has rolled out LTE-A networks in seven locations across Serbia to support burgeoning data traffic from video and social media.
Telia has started rolling out 4.5G technology to five cities across Lithuania, offering speeds of up to 500MBps to consumers with compatible handsets.
Telia Finland has trialled a new network that prioritises emergency public safety communications in times of busy LTE use.
Elisa has pipped Finnish rivals Telia and DNA to be crowned the fastest network in the market for download throughput, a new report has claimed.
Qualcomm is aiming to bring longer battery life and faster LTE speeds to mid-tier smartphones with its new Snapdragon 660 and 630 chipsets.
Swisscom has enabled four-band carrier aggregation on its live network in one of its retail stores in Zurich, offering speeds of more than 800MBps.
LTE-Advanced networks could be used to support drones in the entertainment, construction, delivery and construction industries, Qualcomm has claimed after extensive tests of the technology.
Monaco Telecom has commercially launched download speeds of up to 1GBps through its 4G network.
Swiss Internet of Things chipset maker u-blox has built and certified what it claims is the world's smallest LTE-M module.
Vodafone Turkey and Turkcell have held separate spectrum sharing demonstrations with Huawei, as they look to boost network efficiency.
UK operators have made "big strides" in improving LTE availability across the country, new research has found, as telcos made inroads in improving network quality.
Telia Company has become the latest operator to launch voice over LTE to its consumer customers in Sweden.
LTE will soon see greater usage in public safety networks, forecasts say, as technical advancements offer new capabilities.
Telia has achieved speeds of 757MBps on its 4G network in Sweden in a test with Ericsson.
The number of LTE subscriptions rose by 74 percent last year, reports suggest, as analysts project that over 50 percent of the world’s population will connect to 4G technology by 2022.
The number of LTE-Advanced Pro subscribers is set to soar to over 641 million by 2021, forecasts say, up from 16.5 million at the end of 2016.
The argument that 5G is over-hyped is becoming as prolific as the hype itself, but telcos do not seem to be taking heed, if this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) is anything to go by.
Telefónica has launched a mini autonomous LTE network to help rescue teams cope with disasters and retail businesses attract more customers.
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