What's being referred to as 5G is not just faster mobile broadband but a new way of thinking about connectivity and air interfaces.
Dave Geary, President of Wireless at Alcatel-Lucent, talks about the evolution of the 4G market, small cells, partnerships, 5G and the IoT.
Ericsson and IBM announce plans to work on phased-antenna arrays in anticipation of 5G arriving in 2020.
Chinese vendor is working on a '4.5G' mobile solution that can achieve 1Gbit/s throughput and deliver some 5G-like capabilities well ahead of 2020.
Altiostar emerges from stealth with a Cloud-RAN system that uses Ethernet rather than dark fiber for 'fronthaul' connectivity.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Jolla crowdsources a tablet; net neutrality wobble in EU; Israeli market opens up.
An NYU Wireless expert expects 5G to support multiple radio interafces while maintaining some captability with existing 4G technology.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT spreads cloud across Middle East and Africa; AlcaLu claims cost savings with new edge router.
Nokia is confident that it can develop its Networks business and win market share, but talk of a 'flattish' market causes jitters.
Partnership program extends to yet another chip firm as Alcatel-Lucent looks to further extend its virtualization strategy.
Fireworks a-plenty in today's EMEA regional roundup, including: Nokia's Saudi win; Ericsson's OpenStack breakthrough; AlcaLu sells cyber-security business to Thales; fiber-to-the-Yorkshireman; Interoute expands in Germany.
5G is too big to be defined by a single radio interface, Ericsson CTO suggests.
CEO set to outline its efforts to expand into non-telecom sectors during upcoming Capital Markets Day presentations.
LTE-Advanced may be deployed by 21 operators across the globe, but mobile users aren't yet feeling the effects of it – at least not they are aware of.