LTE's earliest adopters are struggling to keep up with latecomers whose newer networks offer faster speeds to customers, new research has found.
Ericsson and Qualcomm have demonstrated peak throughput of 300MBps using LTE-U, as controversy continues about the technology.
Ericsson has helped Entel Chile become the first operator in South America to hit speeds of 250MBps on an LTE-Advanced network.
Three carrier aggregation is "maturing", Ericsson has claimed, after demonstrating the technology with a 256 QAM modulation scheme in a trial with China Mobile.
Deutsche Telekom and Inmarsat are working together to launch a new broadband network that will provide in-flight connectivity to European airlines.
A quarter of UK consumers are on a 4G contract, a new report has claimed, also revealing security is the biggest barrier to mobile payments usage.
LTE has continued to be the fastest growing mobile communications technology with the news subscriptions have passed the 750 million mark.
Nokia Networks has hit new peak LTE-A speeds in the Nordics while also unveiling a new, “multi-service” architecture for 5G networks.
Vodafone Netherlands has created what it labels a “floating base station” for the SAIL Amsterdam event.
Turkcell was the big spender in Turkey's 4G auction, buying 172MHz of bandwidth at a cost of €1.62 billion.
Swisscom has revealed plans to launch a tri-band CA LTE FDD/ TDD network.
Huawei has completed a commercial test of new LTE-A compression technology with China Mobile and chipset maker Qualcomm.
More than half of the smartphones sold around the world in Q2 were 4G capable, according to a new report.
Nokia has enhanced the capabilities of its “LTE network in a box” (NIB) to ensure emergency communications can be transmitted in areas with poor radio signal.
Ofcom has launched a new tool allowing users to check the strength of mobile coverage across the UK, which it hopes will encourage competition in the market.
TeliaSonera is trialling LTE-A in Denmark ahead of a full commercial launch.
MTS installed more than 9,160 new base stations in the first half of 2015 as it attempts to deploy LTE quickly before turning its attention to LTE-A.
The UK boasts 23.6 million LTE subscriptions, 28 percent of total, growing more than 20 million in a year, new figures from Ofcom have revealed.
Telekom Slovenije is targeting 92 percent LTE population coverage by the end of this year, as it continues its migration to an all-IP network.
Depending on your levels of cynicism, Google's Project Loon is the internet pioneer at its imaginative best, or self-indulgent publicity seeking worst.
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