Swisscom is planning to deploy nationwide Gigabit LTE coverage from next year and 5G from 2020, as part of a wide-ranging network transformation project it is conducting with Ericsson.
Greenlandic operator TELE-POST has launched a network transformation project aimed at increasing the speed, capacity and coverage of its services.
LTE speeds are starting to decline in developed markets as operators switch focus to ubiquitous coverage, a new study of the 4G market has found.
BITE has almost doubled its number of LTE-Advanced compatible base stations across Latvia after mobile data users increased by 50 percent during the past year.
The consumer launch of Deutsche Telekom and Inmarsat's in-flight Wi-Fi service, previously arranged for this summer with airline giant IAG, has been pushed back to 2018, Mobile Europe can reveal.
VEON, Qualcomm and Huawei have trialled licence assisted access technology, as the Russian operator looks to use it to bolster its connectivity portfolio on the road to 5G.
Telekom Slovenije has extended its LTE-Advanced network to more than 35 percent of the country's population, just months after launching its network upgrade project.
EE has been named the UK's best operator in the latest benchmarking assessment by testing services company P3, but rivals O2 and Three have lost ground on the market leaders.
MTS is embarking on a wide-ranging €400 million network upgrade project as it looks to prepare for rolling out NB-IoT and LTE-M as well as 5G infrastructure.
Telenet has increased its network efficiency threefold in a European-first trial of FDD Massive MIMO.
MIMO deployments on LTE networks are expected to grow rapidly over the next four years as operators prepare their networks for 5G, according to new figures from ABI Research.
Telia has topped the latest assessment of Swedish mobile operator performance thanks to the strength of its data network.
TIM is set to switch on an NB-IoT network covering 5,000 municipalities at the end of October, the Italy-based operator has revealed.
Deutsche Telekom and Inmarsat’s in-flight connectivity service is a step closer to taking off after the UK regulator approved the terrestrial component of the network.
A misconceived name and poor device support remain thorns in the side of LTE broadcast, according to the head of the technology’s industry group.
EE has used a 4G air mast at a motorbike event in the first commercial trial of the technology.
Orange has extended its LTE-M trials in Spain as it looks to introduce the tech to Belgium and France by the end of this year.
T-Mobile has introduced Massive MIMO technology on its LTE network in the Netherlands in a first for the country.
O2 is using fibre-connected small cells to bolster its LTE-A network in the UK city of Aberdeen.
Nokia has launched a bespoke version of the Android operating system as it looks to help first responders using mission-critical LTE.
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