China Kicks off TD-LTE Test

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SHENZHEN, Jul 09, 2009 (SinoCast Daily Business Beat via COMTEX) -- China has started testing its 4G telecoms technology TD-LTE. Six telecoms networking gear makers such as China Putian have taken part in the test. They all have the ability to research and develop the TD-LTE technologies on their own. read more

Juniper Research: There will be over 100 million LTE subscribers by 2014

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By Dusan Belic on July 9th, 2009: According to a new report from Juniper Research, the number of LTE subscribers will exceed 100 million by 2014.

Storms seen ahead for Voice over LTE

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07/08/2009 | EE Times Europe : LONDON — The Voice over LTE via Generic Access (VoLGA) Forum has published the second version of its architecture specifications in an effort to introduce an alternative way to deliver voice services over Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks.

Aeroflex partners with w2bi for LTE handset certification

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7/8/2009 | Test & Measurement World: Aeroflex and w2bi (Wireless to Business Integration) are pooling their test expertise and technology for the joint development of a network certification platform for LTE mobile devices.

Over 100 million LTE Mobile Broadband Subscribers by 2014 According to Juniper Research

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HAMPSHIRE, England--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The number of LTE next generation networks is set to grow significantly with the number of subscribers exceeding 100 million by 2014, according to a new report from Juniper Research.

New Specs Deepen LTE Voice Dilemma

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JULY 7, 2009 | Michelle Donegan: A T-Mobile International AG -backed industry group has advanced its efforts to introduce an alternative way to deliver voice services over Long Term Evolution (LTE) ne

LTE activity gathering pace

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Wireless internet access is going to be a better, richer experience than fixed link access Professor Michael Walker, group R&D director at Vodafone told Wireless 2.0 conference in Bristol, organised by Silicon South-West.

DoCoMo takes stake in PacketVideo, looking to LTE and Android

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6 July, 2009| By CAROLINE GABRIEL: One of the most interesting elements of the family of technologies assembled by NextWave Wireless - elements that the troubled firm is now selling off - was always video platform PacketVideo.

Is voice over LTE a conundrum?

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July 6, 2009| By Lynnette Luna: I find it odd that the first deployments of Long Term Evolution (LTE) are coming this year despite warnings that the current generation of technology cannot support cir

Qualcomm, ZTE Collaborate To Boost UMTS Performance

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July 6, 2009| By W. David Gardner: Qualcomm and ZTE have teamed up to collaborate on technologies to bring Universal Mobile Telecommunications System performance close to Long-Term Evolution channel bandwidth performance.

Vodafone: LTE viable competitor to fixed broadband

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July 5, 2009| By Lynnette Luna: Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology will be a viable competitor to fixed broadband links, said Professor Michael Walker, group R&D director with Vodafone at the Wi

What Is the Value of Nortel's LTE Patents?

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July 05, 2009| Nortel may be trying to sell its LTE R&D unit to Nokia Siemens (NOK, SI) but there’s a lot of chatter about what’s not part of the deal: some LTE patents.The talk was triggered by a

Next Generation 150Mbps LTE UK Mobile Broadband Faces Delays to 2012

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MarkJ - 4 July, 2009: Ericsson, one of the world’s leading suppliers of mobile phones and related network solutions, has warned that it could be 2012 before the first true next generation Mobile Broadband networks gain a good foothold in the UK.

LTE: long term evolution - faster speeds for your cell phone

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July 3, Katy Schlake:If you’ve ever downloaded a ringtone, logged onto the browser, or responded to emails on your cell phone then you’ve used your cell phone company’s 3G network to actually get the


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Jul 1, 2009, By Lynnette Luna: There is an interesting situation that is brewing when it comes to Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology, and I'm surprised to find people already talking about it as ope