Nokia and China Telecom have struck a deal to expand 4G coverage and capacity in 19 provinces in China.
Outdoor 4G coverage was available to 97.8 percent of UK premises, as of May, according to Ofcom, with a high of 98.8 percent of premises in England and a low of 90.1 percent in Wales.
Ericsson has completed an extended lab trial of LTE-based train management services, simulating railway speeds of 200 kilometres per hour.
Deutsche Telekom hit internet speeds of 1.2Gbps during a trial of LTE-Advanced Pro with Nokia in Warsaw, Poland, last week.
SK Telecom and Nokia have claimed to develop the world’s first portable all-in-one Public Safety-LTE (PS-LTE) network system for use by emergency services.
Nokia has brought 64 QAM and carrier aggregation to Southeast Asia for the first time, helping Singapore's Starhub to hit upload speeds of more than 150MBps.
Deutsche Telekom is bringing LTE and Wi-Fi to BMW vehicles with the manufacturer’s ConnectedDrive technology, as well as moved to bring wireless to its motorcycles.
Telia has launched voice over LTE (VoLTE) in Estonia, with customers with compatible devices able to activate the service online or through the operator's stores.
Vodafone Czech Republic has launched voice over LTE and Wi-Fi calling after getting Ericsson to enable its network.
Vodafone UK has deployed Cisco's Self-Optimising Network (SON) technology across London and the South of England to improve network quality.
MTS has deployed an FDD-TDD three band carrier aggregation network in Russia, a first for the country and one that offers peak speeds of 187MBps.
The GSMA has launched a new connectivity tracker to help unconnected markets work out what steps they need to take to bring mobile broadband to the masses.
Nokia has vowed to act as a "traffic cop" for the expected surge in Internet of Things and VoLTE signalling with a new Dynamic Diameter Engine.
More than 300 million consumers will be using voice over LTE by the end of 2016, new research has claimed.
Nokia is boasting speeds of up to 400MBps by aggregating TD-LTE-A with Wi-Fi, amid a showcase of new LTE technologies.
LTE continues to be the fastest growing mobile technology ever, with connections doubling during the past year to 1.29 billion, the Global mobile Suppliers Association has claimed.
TDC has become the first Danish operator to showcase speeds of 1GBps through its network.
Huawei has brought the first 1GBps network to Africa, working with Vodacom by aggregating licensed and unlicensed spectrum.
Nokia has rolled out centralised RAN and a small cells network in Valencia, and deployed mobile edge computing in research with a Russian non-profit.
Proximus has demonstrated speeds of 1.1GBps on its live mobile network through a trial of quad-band carrier aggregation with Huawei, who also provided an update on its progress towards 5G.
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