Vodafone UK's Head of Mobile Networks has defended the operator's performance, amid criticism from the country’s regulator and testing companies such as RootMetrics.
Vodafone UK has developed a mini mobile antenna designed to look like a bird box in order to boost coverage in rural areas without ruining its aesthetics.
Telenor and Telekom Austria Group have expanded their LTE footprints by signing an LTE roaming deal that will affect 220 million subscribers.
Nokia Networks has held the first 4x4 MIMO trial in South East Asia, demonstrating LTE-Advanced speeds of 600MBps.
Audi has become the latest car manufacturer to explore how mobile can transform its business by teaming up with Huawei to test new technology.
Qualcomm has started work with Daimler on connected car technologies, as the chipset maker also announced the first operator deal for its biometrics platform.
LTE-U has been seen as a potential solution to ongoing network operator woes but a panel at this week's Wi-Fi Global Summit was blunt about the scepticism that exists about the tech.
Three has come out bottom of the pile in a new report looking at the performance of 4G networks in the United Kingdom.
The volume of data traffic generated by smartphones, tablets and feature phones will hit nearly 197,000 petabytes (PB) - approximately 197 billion gigabytes - by the end of the decade, according to new forecasts.
Nokia Networks has launched an "LTE network in a box", a 40kg macro base station aimed at bringing communications to disaster areas or industrial sites.
Huawei and Qualcomm Technologies have hit speeds of 600Mbit/s in a test of Category 11 LTE terminals using three component carrier aggregation (3CC CA).
EE has predicted that it will carry one exabyte of data on its network in three years time, as it signed up its 10 millionth LTE customer.
BT and Hutchinson Global Communications will interconnect their IP packet exchange (IPX) networks to help extend the reach of fixed and mobile services and facilitate technology such as VoLTE.
Tata Communications has teamed up with China Telecom to deliver new media and entertainment services to global customers using its Video Connect platform.
Building mobile networks in the UK is being held back by "out of date" planning laws and a lack of fibre in rural areas, a Vodafone network executive has claimed.
Operators are unlikely to begin switching off 2G and 3G networks until after 2020, despite the pressures on capacity, new research has claimed.
Tele2 CTIO Joachim Horn is leaving the Nordic telco to take up a role at an Asian operator.
Huawei has demonstrated speeds of 450MBps on an IP-RAN based LTE-A solution across three FDD carriers in Hong Kong.
Google has launched its own wireless service that aims to offer users ubiquitous coverage through a combination of cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Three is planning to introduce VoLTE to the UK this autumn and is aiming to have one million customers using the service by the end of 2015.
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