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AT&T seeks more spectrum, protection from new neutrality regulations

in Blog, AT&T, Google, Verizon, LTE

AT&T wants more spectrum for Commercial Mobile Radio Service (CMRS) to meet increasing data traffic demand  according to a blog by Joan Marsh, AT&T Vice President of Federal Regulatory

LAN Party games driven by LTE

in Blog, Alcatel-Lucent, LTE

Alcatel-Lucent claims to host first LTE & LAN Party at their campus in Stuttgart, Germany, on July 17th and 18th.

Verizon's LTE rollout soon

in Blog, Verizon Wireless, LTE

Verizon’s 4G-capable SIM card has been spotted recently in wild.

Sprint faces shortage of HTC EVO 4G

in Blog, HTC, Sprint, 4G, WiMAX

While Sprint is increasing its WiMAX coverage in USA markets it appears that it has challenges to keep up with the sales of its first 4G HTC EVO handset.

Verizon Wireless to launch LTE on November 15th

in Blog, Verizon Wireless, LTE

Another interesting story from BoyGeniusReport, BGR reports that Verizon Wireless will begin rolling out its LTE network starting on November 15th this year. 

BlackBerry Storm 3 to Support LTE?

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For LTE, Rumors do not seems to die, Initially it has been about iPhone & Android but now BlackBerry Storm 3 has got every ones attention.

Sprint offers 3G/4G USB Modem from Sierra Wireless

in Blog, Sierra Wireless, Sprint, 3G, 4G, WiMAX

Sprint has launched a 3G/4G USB 250U mobile broadband modem from Sierra Wireless.

Verizon: No plans on supporting Apple devices in the near future

in Blog, Verizon Wireless, LTE

In an interview with Beet.TV, John Johnson, a Verizon Wireless spokesperson, said that Verizon has no plans on supporting Apple devices in the near future. 

Verizon Wireless: No Unlimited Data Plans For LTE

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At a Barclays Capital conference this week, Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam said, he hopes to move away from unlimited plans altogether for the company's LTE network, instead charging for "bucke

Russian experts discuss LTE with 3GPP

in Blog, 3GPP, IMS, Femtocell, LTE

Russian telecommunications experts have discussed the Regions’ needs with 3GPP Chairmen and leading officials in a In a pre-conference seminar, reports 3GPP.

LTE flat rate or pay for what you use

in Blog, Billing, Flat Rate, LTE

Speaking at the LTE World Summit in Amsterdam Ken Wirth, president LTE and 4G networks at Alcatel-Lucent, warned that Services and applications need to be launched in conjunction with LTE infrastru

Beeline tested LTE in Kazakhstan

in Blog, Beeline, 4G, LTE

Beeline announced successful testing 4G communication standard based on technology LTE (Long Term Evolution) in the 13 range at a frequency of 777-787 MHz MGts/746-756's two largest cities of Kazak

Motorola's TD-LTE Expertise

in Blog, eNodeB, Motorola, TD-LTE, 4G, LTE, LTE Advanced

Motorola has gained significant experience and momentum in TD-LTE thanks to its OFDM experience, which was instrumental in the development and design of the TD-LTE-Advanced capable 4Tx/8Rx radio he

WiMAX vs. LTE vs. HSPA+

in Blog, HSPA+, LTE, WiMAX

With growing demand of high mobile broadband data rate, almost evry day we find a new analysis for higher data speed beieng offered by LTE, WiMAX or HSPA+.

Sprint to Offer 3G Femtocell

in Blog, Sprint, 3G, Femtocell

Sprint seems to be working on a 3G-enabled femtocell, a cellular device that helps you get a better voice and data signal in your home or office.