Nokia has unveiled new technologies that will allow operators to handle increasing network demands as well as new tools to create private mobile networks for businesses.
Russia’s MTS is to deploy the Ericsson Radio System in the city of Ufa to support growing mobile data traffic.
Keysight Technologies has agreed a $1.6 billion deal to acquire rival Ixia as the testing and measurement market undergoes more consolidation.
Nokia has launched a digital assistant for telecoms operators to give engineers voice-activated access to information, alongside a new support service that can predict hardware problems.
Ericsson has launched a new solution to accelerate network building for operators’ LTE, 5G and IoT projects.
Huawei has unveiled a new cloud-based air interface (CloudAIR) solution to enable more efficient sharing of spectrum, power, and radio channels, amid new video and IoT announcements.
Telefónica and Huawei have developed a new proof-of-concept for a 5G radio access network (RAN) that transfers the logistics of cellular handover from the mobile device to the network.
Ericsson has made the first deployment of its Elastic RAN in Tokyo, which it said can offer a more flexible coordination of users and cells.
DNA and Sonera have completed their network sharing programme, which now covers 15 percent of Finland's population, across the north and east of the country.
EE and Vodafone have come joint-top in a series of UK benchmarking tests to evaluate such metrics as call quality, data speeds and video performance.
Spanish cable company Telecable de Asturias has agreed to port its MVNO business to Telefónica, quitting the arrangement it had with Vodafone.
MIMO technology will play a central role in operators' network upgrade strategies in the coming years, a new report has claimed, as other options for boosting capacity become exhausted and new site building remains prohibitively expensive.
Ericsson is planning to deliver satellite communications to the maritime sector after selecting SpeedCast as its connectivity partner.
The European Commission has launched an investigation into whether O2 and T-Mobile Czech Republic's network sharing programme is harming the country's telecoms market.
Vodafone and Huawei have completed the first trial of Massive-MIMO technology on a 2.6GHz TDD network in Europe.
Nokia has launched a cut-down version of its NetAct virtualised mobile network management system, called NetAct Compact, for smaller radio and core networks outside of the telecoms sector.
Telefónica claims to have reached download speeds of 800Mbps in 4G network trials in Spain, using LTE radio equipment from Nokia and a mobile device equipped with a Qualcomm LTE chipset.
Deutsche Telekom has appointed the Chief Technology Officer of its Hungarian subsidiary to handle its German operations, with former home market CTO Bruno Jacobfeuerborn now set to focus on his Group responsibilities.
Deutsche Telekom and Inmarsat have completed work on the first LTE antennas of their joint European Aviation Network programme.
Nokia has pushed further into services, this time focusing on optimisation, as it looks to improve how operators manage their networks.
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