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Huawei, Ericsson take majority of growing evolved packet core market
As market revenue grew by 4% from last quarter, the companies combined market shares reacher over 60%.
Globe and Huawei team up to deploy commercial FDD Massive MIMO
This enhancement in cell capacity will provide a better experience for more consumers.
Launch of Surface Pro LTE in NZ to revolutionise the 9-to-5 workforce
The much anticipated Microsoft Surface Pro with LTE has finally launched in NZ with a great opportunity for the channel to transform the workforce.
Intel introduces portfolio of commercial 5G new radio modems
The portfolio includes Intel’s first family of 5G new radio (5G NR) multi-mode commercial modems, and Intel’s latest LTE modem, the Intel XMM 7660.
Microsoft’s new Surface Pro with LTE seeks to eject MacBook Pro
Microsoft recently revealed its new Surface Pro with LTE that enables continuous connectivity anywhere.
China Mobile, Valid & Cubic Telecom - now delivering LTE connectivity in China
"The integration of eSIM platforms paves the way for accelerated innovation across the China Mobile network."
5G aside, operators need to keep pushing 4G coverage
With so much recent focus on 5G, it is easy to overlook the importance to mobile operators of continuing to drive up usage over their LTE networks.
World’s first Gigabit LTE device launching in Australlia
A huge announcement in Sydney today from NETGEAR, Qualcomm, Telstra and Ericsson kicked off the world’s first Gigabit LTE device.
LTE technology fuelling mobile broadband for public safety
"The market is extremely competitive owing to the entry of new vendors and the continuously evolving technology."
Ruckus off to a strong start in 2016 with $100 million in revenue
"I remain excited about our pending acquisition by Brocade, which will enable us to jointly deliver value-added solutions to customers."
Analyst opinion: Future looking rosy for mobile-only operators
As LTE transitions into 5G, the case for going mobile-only could become even more compelling.
How can you ensure your business stays online?
In today's modern world, you would be hard pressed to find a business that doesn't maintain a significant dependence on cloud-based computing.
Sierra Wireless launches new, rugged, LTE gateway
he RV50 provides mission-critical LTE communication and remote monitoring for industrial IoT application, including utilities and infrastructure.
Key mobile broadband advancements on the horizon
"LTE is the cornerstone of continual mobile broadband enhancements, which will eventually lead to the integration of 5G in the next decade."
Frost & Sullivan: Where will wireless communications go next?
"Developments in wireless communication test equipment will revolve around LTE, M2M communications, and solutions that can be easily deployed."
Trends that will dominate the telco industry in 2015
Monetising network investments in broadband infrastructure will be a top priority over the next year, according to Analysys Mason.
The future of mobile networks, according to Nokia's Ray Owen
Pat Pilcher caught up with Ray Owen, the new head of ANZ for Nokia to chat about the future of mobile networks.
E-book: The quick MSP guide to Security-as-a-Service
You may have a great security offering in you -aaS portfolio, but how do you know if it's the right one? And what could it cost you if it isn't?
Whitepaper: How MSPs can escape technology's all-too-familiar Catch-22
Managed service providers may be hurting themselves by relying on technology platforms that are ‘good enough'.
Six key steps to growing your MSP business
In order to remain competitive, MSPs are being forced to become not just good in their operations, but great - here's some expert advice.
The quick guide to understanding cybercriminals' motivations
Check out this incredibly helpful and interesting guide to exactly what cybercriminals are after, and how you can keep yourself safe.
Whitepaper: How businesses can buff up their cyber defences
By 2020, 60% of digital businesses will suffer major service failures due to the inability of IT security teams to manage digital risk.