Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Google combines European subsidiaries; O2 launches browser version of Tu Go; speedy 5G.
This year's Big Telecom Event (BTE) in Chicago is going to provide more opportunities than ever for networking, getting to grips with key industry challenges and opportunities and, equally as important, having some fun.
Ahead of MWC, vendor pitches details of next step from LTE-A, unveils its LTE-M strategy for cellular IoT, talks up new video optimization capabilities and unveils a digital-friendly BSS.
Startup promising to greatly improve LTE network performance will launch on Dish's spectrum in San Fran, as well as make its Hub available for indoor testing.
The Chinese vendor is banking on a high-speed TDD technology for European success.
Are you all strapped in? Then let's talk 5G, NFV, IoT, security and anything else that rhymes with LTE… oh, and tapas…
As part of its pre-MWC news blast, Ericsson announces the successor to its highly successful base station and talks small cells, analytics, backhaul and more.
Claudia Nemat, Deutsche Telekom's European boss, has issued a stark warning to Europe's technology players.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Deutsche Telekom gets cozy with Colt; Telecom Italia considers media unit buyout; Technicolor sets 2020 targets.
Even with fresh AWS spectrum, Verizon is setting aside $500M for small cells, as it finds municipal interest is up, technology is better and prices are down.
What's Facebook got that they ain't got?
The Korean provider signed up for partner membership in ON.Lab, which is developing an open source SDN operating system.
The operator could use drones or balloons to unwire hard-to-reach rural areas in the UK.
The connected car is driving the IoT market now, but that's just the start of it.
Ericsson and Qualcomm say they have achieved data speeds of 450 Mbit/s by combining licensed and unlicensed spectrum in a lab demo for Verizon, T-Mobile and SK Telecom.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson in Chinese 5G venture; 'right to be forgotten' latest; Huawei hiring in South Africa.
Artemis isn't waiting for 5G standards to work themselves out; it says its technology, pCell, can solve the spectrum crunch right now. But is it too good to be true?