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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.

Windstream launches IPTV in Sugar Land, Texas, taking on Comcast's TV monopoly

Windstream has named Sugar Land, Texas, as the third market for its Kinetic IPTV service. The provider will offer its service to over 30,000 homes beginning in the second quarter, laying a new challenge to incumbent video provider Comcast.

Cisco's Jasper acquisition raises questions over Ericsson partnership- analysts

Cisco's $1.4 billion (€1.2 billion) acquisition of Internet of Things specialist Jasper Technologies raises questions about the workings of the U.S. vendor's recently announced partnership with Ericsson, analysts at Machina Research said.

Ericsson MWC plans cover 4 new products designed to ease operators' path to 5G

Ericsson released details of four new products designed to ease operators' path to 5G, the Internet of Things and cloud technology that it will demonstrate at the forthcoming Mobile World Congress.

Ericsson pushes Gigabit-LTE for faster video downloads, mission-critical apps

Ericsson is touting a new version of LTE that will make 1-Gigabit speeds possible for LTE networks. Called Gigabit-LTE, this version of LTE will allow operators to deliver extremely fast speeds for tasks such as downloading video or for enterprises looking for fast network access for mission-critical applications.

EMEA proves Ericsson's most lucrative market for small cell Radio Dot system

New sales figures from Ericsson show that Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) has been the most lucrative market for its small cell Radio Dot System to date, as the vendor announced it has hit a milestone of 100 operator customers for the system.

Ericsson's 5G phone is too big to fit in a car

Ericsson has made some tweaks to its 5G phone since last summer, but it's still too big to fit into a car. The phone is extra large because it's full of new, experimental components that haven't been miniaturized yet and it requires a large battery, Erik Dahlman, a senior expert in radio access technologies at Ericsson, told  PC World.

Ericsson beats analyst forecasts for Q4 operating profit, but misses on sales

Ericsson beat analysts' operating profit predictions for the fourth quarter of 2015, but fell short of expectations in terms of sales revenue during the period.

Ericsson, Telia Sonera accelerate 5G race with planned 2018 launch

Stockholm-based TeliaSonera and Ericsson are making no secret of their 5G ambitions, announcing that they aim to offer some version of 5G services to TeliaSonera customers in Stockholm and Estonia's Tallinn as early as 2018.

TeliaSonera and Ericsson plan launch of 5G services in Stockholm, Tallinn in 2018

TeliaSonera and Ericsson said customers of the Sweden-based operator in Stockholm in Sweden and Tallinn in Estonia will experience 5G services as early as 2018, as the two companies unveiled a new strategic partnership to drive the development of 5G.