LTE stories - Page 2
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
LTE technology driving growth in mobile broadband for public safety, expected to grow 8% by 2020, says Technavio. Americas set to dominate.
Ruckus off to a strong start in 2016 with $100 million in revenue
Ruckus Wireless reports $100.6m revenue for Q1 2016, up 22.5% YoY, as it continues to grow and achieve success.
Analyst opinion: Future looking rosy for mobile-only operators
The number of mobile-only Internet users in the US is growing due to affordability issues, challenging traditional broadband thinking.
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 will be the foundation for the next generation of 5G, according to a new report by Rysavy Research.
Frost & Sullivan: Where will wireless communications go next?
Wireless communication test equipment will focus on LTE, M2M comms and easy deployment, says Frost - Sullivan.
Brocade snaps up mobile SDN start-up
Brocade is planning to extend its new IP role to mobile networks with the acquisition of mobile SDN start-up Connectem.
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.
Delay digital dividend decision InternetNZ
Advocacy group chief executive says government should wait until international technology path is decided.
LTE: The right answer at the right time
The LTE technology could be the next big step for mobile networking. Nokia Siemens Networks’ Bob James, principal consultant, and Phil Ore, head of marketing and corporate affairs, explains why.
WiMAX has long been talked about, but will it take off in New Zealand or will it be a technology that showed promise but never got traction?.