Vodafone UK has announced plans to switch on 1,000 5G sites by 2020, as the operator seeks to position itself as leading the country towards the next generation of mobile technology.
Eltrona has switched on its DOCSIS 3.1 network, becoming the first operator in Luxembourg to launch a gigabit residential broadband service.
Deutsche Telekom and engineering firm Aricent have taken the wraps off an open source mobile edge compute platform designed to help operators rapidly develop and launch 5G applications and services.
Tele2 has made temporary upgrades to its mobile network in two major cities in Lithuania in preparation for the visit of Pope Francis this weekend.
Telefonica International Wholesale Services (TIWS) has switched on its first 200 Gigabit Ethernet redundant data roaming interconnection in response to what it calls 'significant growth' in mobile roaming traffic.
Wind Tre has extended fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) connectivity to the city of Matera in the Basilicata region of Italy thanks to its partnership with wholesale network Open Fiber.
Spain's Pepephone has extended the availability of its 200Mbps fibre broadband service via a wholesale agreement with Telefonica's Movistar, it announced late last week.
SIRO will spend €60 million on the rollout of fibre infrastructure in the city of Cork, in the south of Ireland, and certain smaller towns in the wider county, it announced on Monday.
Ericsson has bolstered its automation services with the acquisition of CENX, in addition to revealing new 5G transport and radio systems.
TIM has switched on the first 3GPP 5G New Radio site in San Marino, which it said makes it one step closer to becoming the first European 5G state by the end of this year.
Proximus is aiming to increase the capacity of its network tenfold after launching a three year transport network modernisation project.
BT and Facebook are aiming to unlock fresh connectivity solutions for rural areas and self-healing networks after launching its latest start-up competition.
EE and Three is extending the work Ericsson is doing on its shared network, as it looks to improve the quality of 3G connectivity in the UK.
O2 has used beams of light to transmit data through light bulbs in a trial of LiFi, a technology that could prove a rival to Wi-Fi.
3 Denmark is launching a three year project to modernise its transport network through the deployment of 5G ready routers from Ericsson.
Swisscom's Italian subsidiary Fastweb is to buy Tiscali's fixed wireless business and its 3.5GHz spectrum, in a boost to the operator's 5G plans.
Ericsson and Nokia have been boosted by separate deals, with the Finnish vendor set to supply 5G equipment to T-Mobile and the Swedish telco resolving a patent disagreement with LG.
The radio access network basestation equipment market will be worth more than $26 billion in 2023, a new report has predicted.
Play is set to expand its radio access network in Poland after signing a new partnership with Ericsson.
Wind Tre has brought ZTE back in as a vendor partner to restart its hardware work, sparking confusion about the operator's recently signed deals with Ericsson.
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