It is the industry’s responsibility to roll-out the fifth generation (5G) of wireless communication networks without increasing energy consumption, Swedish telecoms giant Ericsson writes in a report outlining how this can be done. “Energy consumption is set to increase dramatically...
From 15 June, free roaming comes into force. But on 13 June, a less well-known deadline expires, which could significantly affect what wireless devices and products can be bought, warns Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl.
As the Mobile World Congress gets underway in Barcelona, Luigi Gambardella considers what kind of future the European mobile industry can expect and what can be done to improve services and consumer satisfaction.
Huawei launched an exhibition “Enriching Life Through Communication – Innovating for a wireless future” at Place du Luxembourg in Brussels from May 14 - 16.
Starting from the year 2000, the exhibition guided visitors through a timeline of Huawei’s evolution as an innovator of wireless technologies in the EU.