Deutsche Telekom has hit speeds of 1.22GBps on its live network during a technology demonstration with Huawei.
Australia's Telstra has become the latest operator to break the 1GBps barrier on LTE, working with Ericsson and Qualcomm on the network demonstration.
The LTE-broadcast ecosystem has been boosted by telcos including TIM, Turkcell, Ericsson and Nokia joining an industry alliance promoting the technology.
Vodafone Romania has launched dual-band carrier aggregation across the country as well as broadened its LTE coverage.
EE is planning to switch on more than 500 sites supporting tri-band carrier aggregation by the end of next year, supporting recently launched Category 9 devices.
Qualcomm and Nokia have demonstrated LTE supplemental downlink in a television broadcast band, as the chipset maker unveiled a range of new products.
Finnish operator Elisa's network saw average data consumption reach 13GB in August, in part thanks to sports fans streaming the Olympics on their smart devices.
EE has made a clean sweep of RootMetrics' latest investigation into network performance in the UK, topping all six categories.
Diameter signalling is spiking thanks to the ongoing deployment of evolved packet core, Voice over LTE and IP multimedia subsystems, new research has claimed.
Nokia has brought LTE to Myanmar after rolling out a 4G network for Ooredoo to support its customers' growing data demands.
More than half of operators are planning to deploy LTE-U by 2018, as they look to unlicensed spectrum to fuel capacity demands, new research has claimed.
Finnish operator Elisa is claiming a world record for LTE, after hitting speeds of 1.9GBps on its 4G network.
Nokia claims it has won more than 30 percent of China Mobile’s 2016/17 construction work for its next-generation mobile broadband network, slated to be the largest 4G network anywhere with 300 million subscribers.
EE has used a drone to carry a compact Nokia base station to areas around Inverness, in northeast Scotland, and establish remote LTE coverage.
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.
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