Deutsche Telekom and Telefónica used this week's Broadband World Forum to take aim at vendors, internet companies and even themselves for failing to change their innovation models.
Telenet has increased its network efficiency threefold in a European-first trial of FDD Massive MIMO.
CEOs from over 30 European telcos have accused the European Union of damaging the investment climate in telecoms by undermining incentives for network improvements.
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.
BT, Facebook and the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) are awarding £125 million to start-ups specialising in AI, security and software-defined networking (SDN).
Nokia has added new machine learning features to its Analytics Services portfolio, allowing operators to improve network management using real-time data.
Standards body ETSI is allying with a coalition of tech companies including Cisco and Microsoft to explore how fog computing can support new types of mission-critical and data-heavy services.
Towers company Cellnex is hoping it can import lessons from the US market as it snaps up passive infrastructure across Europe and leases it back to operators.
Deutsche Telekom is working with Facebook to drive innovation in mmWave technology and launching two new labs in Germany to lower barriers to entry for start-ups building new infrastructure solutions.
Nokia has expanded its enterprise portfolio, adding new Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) and Wi-Fi solutions.
Spanish infrastructure operator Cellnex has extended its reach into the Netherlands with the acquisition of a rival Dutch tower company.
Telefónica Deutschland is boosting its processing capabilities with a data centre solution from BT as it prepares to roll out 5G and IoT-ready services.
Vodafone Turkey has deployed a self-organising network in Istanbul to ensure consumers have the best access to voice and data services during peak hours.
Telenor and Telia have handed over control of their joint TT mobile radio network in Denmark to Nokia, after signing a managed services deal with the vendor.
Huawei has released a new mobile bearer solution that it says will better serve the demands of 5G.
A first-of-a-kind trial of Multi-edge Access Computing (MEC) has shown how the technology can boost efficiency in distributing video content.
Spanish infrastructure provider Cellnex is buying up to 600 new cellular sites in France from Bouygues Telecom.
Ukraine's lifecell has become the first operator to commercially deploy Huawei’s Easy Macro 2.0 technology, improving coverage and data consumption.
ETSI has defined a set of five standardised APIs to allow third party developers to build interoperable applications for multi-access edge computing (MEC) systems.
Nokia has signed business cooperation and patent agreements with Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi.
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