We don't know much about Google's wireless network, but this is one feature we want to see.
Industry voiceArchitects and managers of networks of all types – enterprise, storage and mobile – are struggling under the formidable pressure of massive data growth.
British network Vodafone has relinquished its stake in the United States' top carrier, but for a pretty penny.
The UK's currently imaginary 4G networks are proving to be a right old pain in the neck as it now emerges that the spectrum waiting to be auctioned off to house the next-gen networks will cause some interference to existing TV signals.
Wolverhampton Wanderers has become the first Premier League football club to launch its own mobile phone network.
Three has warned Ofcom that it may run out of network capacity by the end of 2012 if its planned spectrum auctions face further delays.
Google has decided it isn't content just unveiling a mobile OS that it hopes will disrupt the industry... it wants to change the way networks operate too.