There were four billion LTE connections worldwide at the end of 2018, according to new data from Ovum.
The ACCC has released a discussion paper exploring whether to declare a domestic mobile roaming service, which would let consumers use other mobile networks when outside of their provider's footprint.
Optus, Telstra, TPG and Vodafone have all secured regional 1800 MHz spectrum, the most popular LTE frequency band worldwide, in a recent hotly competitive auction.
Telstra again beat rivals Optus and Vodafone in a second annual mobile voice and data performance benchmarking, while Vodafone has revealed plans to implement voice over LTE by Christmas.
Vodafone plans to become one of the first operators in Australia to launch voice over LTE (VoLTE) for the operator's 4G customers.
With the expected growth in mobile data traffic, Tellabs’ SmartCore 9100 platform LTE (long term evolution) EPC (evolved packet core) can help provide flatter, faster networks.
4G wireless broadband provider vividwireless has announced the results of the first Australian trial of superfast mobile wireless broadband - TD-LTE (time division duplex long term evolution).
Telstra and Huawei have reported successfully demonstrating downlink speeds of 149.4 Mbps using trials of long term evolution (LTE) mobile technology using the 1800 MHz spectrum.
4G wireless broadband provider vividwireless will be the first in Australia to trial mobile wireless broadband, TD-LTE (Time-Division Duplex Long Term Evolution from Huawei that can deliver peak speeds of up to 100 Mbps.
The world’s first commercial 1800 MHz LTE/EPC network has been launched in Poland using Huawei’s E2E solution.
Ericsson has delivered 2 million radio base stations as the world heads towards 50 billion connected devices by 2020.
Telstra and Huawei carry out Australia’s first LTE demo at 1800 MHz.