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EC seeks greater European harmony on 700 MHz for mobile services

The European Commission stepped up efforts to coordinate the use of 700 MHz spectrum for mobile services only, proposing that more spectrum is made available for mobile services in this frequency band across the European Union (EU) by 2020.

Tele2 launches 4G in Croatia, secures new spectrum licences in Lithuania

Tele2 is close to offering 4G services in all markets where it operates a mobile network after launching an LTE network in Croatia, with promised data download speeds of up to 150 Mbps.

5G race accelerates as operators jockey to be first with trials and commercial services

A year ago when I hosted a panel discussion on the topic of 5G at the Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, Spain, my panellists predicted it would likely be at least 2020 before commercial 5G service would be launched and that even in that time frame availability would be limited, at best.

Wireless ISP Infiniti Broadband is building a network from scratch with Huawei's help

Infiniti Broadband is getting ready to launch its fixed wireless broadband service and it has signed on Huawei to help get its network off the ground.

BT says G.Fast trials are on track with eight competitive providers aboard

BT is on track with its G.fast trials, serving its own customers and eight of its competitive carrier provider customers via its Openreach division. But the service provider is still weighing how it can make an investment case for a broader deployment.

With average speeds of 12.26 Mbps, T-Mobile is closing the LTE gap with Verizon, OpenSignal finds

Verizon still claims the best coverage and fastest speeds among the major carriers' LTE networks, but T-Mobile is hot on its heels in both areas, according to a new report from OpenSignal. AT&T and Sprint aren't far behind in coverage, the network-performance measurement firm said, but their LTE users are tolerating substantially slower download speeds-- particularly compared to users in some foreign markets.

Court: Sprint can begin to kill WiMAX network this week

A Massachusetts state court said Sprint can finally begin shutting down its WiMAX network this week.

New York City launches $10M broadband project targeting public housing

Bill de Blasio, New York City's mayor, said it will invest up to $10 million to deliver free broadband service to over 16,000 residents living in five public housing developments in Brooklyn, the Bronx and Queens.

iRis Networks to add 897 fiber miles in Chattanooga, Knoxville, and Memphis

iRis Networks, a middle mile provider that serves 250 rural communities in Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama, is going to build three new key fiber routes totaling 897 new miles.

Nokia promises industry-first LTE Advanced and Advanced Pro demonstrations at MWC

Nokia pledged to showcase industry-first LTE Advanced and LTE Advanced Pro innovations that improve the capacity of TD- and FDD-LTE networks at the forthcoming Mobile World Congress.