MX1, the technical services subsidiary of Astra satellite operator SES, has joined forces with German video distribution solutions provider Smart Mobile Labs (SML) to bundle satellite and LTE technology.
Video consumption continues to fuel mobile broadband traffic growth, according to Ericsson, which predicts 1 billion 5G subscriptions in 2023.
Ericsson and TIM, in collaboration with Samsung and Qualcomm Technologies, presented a live concert of singer-songwriter Max Gazzè, broadcast for the first time in Italy in LTE Broadcast technology at Expo 2015, Milan’s World’s Fair.
German telco Deutsche Telekom and UK-based mobile satellite communications provider Inmarsat have teamed up to bring inflight high-speed internet services to Europe’s aviation industry.
French transmitter network operator TDF and Italian public broadcaster RAI have launched the world’s first field trials of the new converged mobile broadcast system LTE-A+ Broadcast from transmitter sites in Paris and Aosta.
Nokia is staging the world’s first field trial of wide area TV broadcasting over a single LTE frequency within UHF spectrum.
The data volume carried by Germany’s mobile networks has increased more strongly than expected last year.
As one of the first operators in the world, Dutch incumbent KPN has successfully carried out a LTE broadcast on its 4G network in the Amsterdam ArenA football stadium.
Dutch incumbent KPN is launching a TV Everywhere pilot at the end of March making 14 channels available on its 4G network.
Vodafone has become the first Europeam carrier to run a live LTE test of LTE Broadcast. The trial took place on Saturday at the Borussia Mönchengladbach stadium for the club’s match against 1899 Hoffenheim.