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Vodafone study shows mobile broadband helps galvanise flexible working

Vodafone said a global survey revealed that the rapid adoption of mobile broadband services, fixed-line broadband and cloud services is playing an integral role in the implementation of flexible working at companies worldwide.

Report: Netherlands best in Europe for LTE coverage, but Hungary takes speed crown

A report comparing the progress of LTE network rollouts worldwide as of the fourth quarter of 2015 reveals that markets with the best coverage do not necessarily provide the fastest data speeds.

Gamma inks deal with Three UK for 4G service for businesses

Gamma, a UK-based business communications service provider (CSP), agreed a deal with Three UK to provide the primary radio access for a new mobile service it plans to launch in the first half of 2016.

Nokia says Ava platform offers cognitive approach to solving network problems

Nokia said it has combined big data storage, intelligent analytics and "extreme" automation in a cloud-based platform that will cut the time taken to identify, and solve, network problems.

Gartner: Wearables sales to rise 18.4% globally in 2016

Gartner predicted 274.6 million wearable electronic devices will be sold worldwide in 2016, an increase of 18.4 per cent from 232 million units in 2015.

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