Ericsson is showcasing its HetNet (heterogeneous network) solution, which is designed to meet the connectivity challenges of smart cities, at LTE Mena 2014 in Dubai.
Just as many consumers are getting their first taste of speedy 4G LTE connections, carriers around the globe have begun pouring resources into building LTE-Advanced networks, which promise even faster and more reliable mobile access.
Don’t feel bad if you don’t really know anything about 5G wireless networking – because, by most standards, it doesn’t actually exist yet.
Huawei has teamed up with MENA mobile telecoms provider Zain Group to identify customer experience as crucial for the coming year.
Apple’s iPhone could be getting a step closer to being officially offered on China’s largest mobile network, after the nation’s government finally issued 4G licenses to operate LTE TDD networks in the country.
The number of 4G-LTE mobile connections worldwide is forecast to pass one billion by 2017, according to a new study by GSMA Intelligence, the research arm of GSMA, the international trade body for mobile operators.
Long term evolution (LTE), often marketed as 4G LTE, currently serves as the optimum standard for wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile devices and data terminals.
Chinese networking giant Huawei announced yesterday that it plans to spend a minimum of $600 million (£373 million) over the next five years on 5G – the next-generation network that is already being hailed as the successor to 4G.
Etisalat UAE will soon be able to deliver new standards of LTE roaming across the globe to its customers, thanks to a newly signed IP exchange (IPX) agreement with SAP.
The realm of 4G wireless networking continues to grow with each passing week, and for business users, it has matured from a luxury to a necessity.