Nokia Networks has unveiled a new look product range with changes to small cells, LTE and RAN products in anticipation of increased data growth.
Alcatel-Lucent has launched a new portfolio of LTE access technologies aimed at helping operators transition to next-generation network architectures such as 5G and NFV.
Ericsson has lifted the lid on several new products targeting next-gen connectivity, including a new 100GE router, a modular radio system architecture and an app optimisation service for operators.
Operator JT Global has launched LTE across six sites in the Channel Islands, with plans to extend the network from Jersey to nearby Guernsey.
Nokia Networks has expanded its telco cloud portfolio by releasing new products for security, evolved packet core and a network director.
Nokia Networks and Coriant will demonstrate a new self-organising network (SON) approach to mobile backhaul at next month's Mobile World Congress, which they said would reduce transport infrastructure by a fifth.
Swisscom has enabled data roaming on SBB's fleet of trains by partnering with wholesale carrier BICS.
The diameter signalling controller market will triple to $1.3 billion (€1.7 billion) in 2018 as LTE paves the way to the proliferation of mobile voice services, new research has claimed.
Telekom Austria Group has extended its satellite coverage to offer mobile broadband to remote parts of its home market through its A1 subsidiary.
Operators need to adopt new network capacity strategies in order to prevent LTE hotspots reaching their limit within three years, new research has claimed.
MTS has launched an 800MHz LTE network in Moscow to help expand its 4G proposition in the region’s population centres and suburbs.
CommScope has acquired TE Connectivity’s telecom, enterprise and wireless business for $3 billion (€2.7 billion) to drive the company’s expansion into fibre-to-the-x (FTTx) and other adjacent markets.
Nokia Networks and SK Telecom have deployed enhanced Inter-Cell Interference Coordination (eICIC), an LTE-A technology that reduces inter-cell interference by an estimated 15 percent.
The UK market is currently going through its most seismic change since the early noughties, when O2 came into being and Three began trading in the UK.
Inmarsat has announced it is planning to open up its platforms to developers in a bid to develop new forms of technology.
Qualcomm and Virgin Group have joined a project to launch 648 micro-satellites, which will wirelessly connect areas without internet access.
Radio frequency and cellular technologies will eat into the dominance of power line-based smart lights, with the total installed base set to grow from two million to 40 million by 2019, new research has claimed.
Huawei has released a new dual-beam radio antenna that it claimed could improve capacity and efficiency of six-sector networks.
Operators must adopt a new approach to support the rapid proliferation of LTE roaming services after deployments grew 70 percent in 2014, according to IP exchange (IPX) provider BICS.
Innovations around tri-band carrier aggregation, including its first commercial launch, were among the Christmas/ New Year news.
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