MWC 2016
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Saudi Telecom Company (STC) is deploying Juniper Networks technology to deliver multi-terabit-per-second Internet speeds to feed escalating regional demand for voice, video and data services.

In a region of great inequality, affordability is not the main reason for low penetration of mobile broadband services, rather lack of local, relevant content, according to a report by GSMA Intelligence.

Breaking any habit is hard but breaking one from the 1950s - that is broadcast TV to homes not those in them - is precisely what the TV industry needs to do to succeed, a research note from Ovum proposes.

Video compression solutions provider ATEME has announced at Mobile World Congress a partnership with Dell and Intel to provide a new high density 4K/Ultra HD and HDTV transcoding solution.

Video content delivery networks (CDNs) have been very much the thing at the current Mobile World Congress, and the latest company to take the leap is wireless multicast provider Expway.

Hot on the heels of uniting with global service providers to establish a content delivery ecosystem, Ericsson is teaming with Google to allow mobile operators to connect to multiple over-the-top (OTT) players such as YouTube.

Talking about the future of mobile at Mobile World Congress 2016, Facebook's CEO said loud and clear that he believes video will be the next driver of data demand, followed by virtual reality (VR).

Aiming to add an interactive layer to Movistar+'s experience, Telefónica Televisión Social has been announced at Mobile World Congress.