The networking monitoring equipment market bounced back to growth in 2015, driven by operators' need to ensure mission critical network performance, new research has claimed.
O2 UK is deploying traffic management software across London to help improve the performance of its 3G and LTE networks.
Ericsson and NEC have developed two separate mobile solutions to aid populations ravaged by disaster or crisis.
Vodafone is aiming to switch off its 3G networks in Europe by 2020, after it announced the completion of its three-year network investment project.
Three Ireland is simplifying its radio access network operations by hiring Nokia to run its multi-technology, multi-vendor hardware.
Macrocell base station spending has been predicted to fall for the second year in a row, as operators shift capex to network densification.
MTS is renting out its infrastructure to rivals and called for companies to apply to use equipment on its towers.
The distributed antenna system market is struggling to find growth, with Europe a rare bright spot for the sector, new research has claimed.
EE has turned to open source network architecture to help solve the challenges facing rural coverage.
Unnecessary handovers between antennas could be reduced, thanks to a new algorithm developed by researchers from Ericsson, Nokia and Belgian research body iMinds.
Competition is hampering sales growth in the backhaul equipment market, new research has claimed, with microwave continuing to dominate the sector.
T-Mobile Czech Republic is bringing forward its plans to switch off its 3G network as it looks to refarm its spectrum for LTE and 5G, its CTO has claimed in an exclusive vide interview.
Manx Telecom has launched a hybrid cellular and satellite mobile network in the Isle of Man.
Network sharing projects are coming of age, as operators realise they can benefit from the sharing of hardware while maintaining competition, Vimpelcom's CTO has claimed in an exclusive video interview.
Facebook has unveiled two wireless solutions that it hopes will improve wireless connectivity around the world.
Vodafone Ireland is now offering LTE to more than 90 percent of the population after finishing its national network upgrade.
Vodafone's UK arm is putting its network on the line by offering new and upgrading customers a free 30-day trial.
Nokia has deployed its centralised RAN solution within a TD-LTE network for the first time in a demonstration with China Mobile.
Vodafone has been testing new forms of E-band microwave technology in Romania, as it looks to improve its backhaul capability.
Brocade has bought Wi-Fi provider Ruckus Wireless in a $1.2billion deal, which it said will bolster its business for 5G and the Internet of Things.
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