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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

LTE MAY BE DATA-ONLY, BUT STILL NEEDS TO SUPPORT VOICE

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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

Nokia Siemens retreats from WiMAX as LTE beckons

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July 2, 2009|By Phil Goldstein:Nokia Siemens Networks is transferring more of its research, development and base station production efforts from WiMAX to HSPA+ and LTE, according to Unstrung. The action follows similar moves from several other major equipment suppliers, and coincides with Nokia Siemens' plans to acquire Nortel Networks' LTE assets.

Analyst: Nortel's LTE patent value may be overblown

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July 1, 2009 | By Lynnette Luna : Industry analysts have conflicting views over whether Nortel's LTE patents it retained instead of selling them to Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) along with the LTE and

Recession dividing LTE and WiMax

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By Victoria Ho, ZDNet Asia, July 01, 2009 : The global economic situation may widen the rift between LTE (long term evolution) and mobile WiMax adoption between mature and emerging markets, according

NSN Reveals Plans for Nortel's LTE

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JULY 1, 2009: Nokia Siemens Networks has shed light on what it plans to do with the Nortel Networks Ltd. (NYSE/Toronto: NT) Long Term Evolution (LTE) assets.

Voice Over LTE & the 'IMS Gap'

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JUNE 30, 2009 | Gabriel Brown: Mobile voice is a phenomenon.

Nokia Siemens' Acquisition Of Nortel's LTE Unit Contested

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InformationWeek, June 29, 2009 : Nokia Siemens Networks' proposed purchase of Nortel Networks' CDMA and LTE assets has run into an unexpected hurdle in the form of a group of its creditors and supplie

Nortel keeping key LTE patents

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Light Reading is reporting Nokia Siemens Networks didn't buy all of the Nortel's Long Term Evolution (LTE) assets. Apparently Nortel is holding on to some LTE patents.

ABI Research: A dozen operators launching LTE next year

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By Dusan Belic on June 27th, 2009:ABI Research is out with the new report, suggesting that mobile operators will start deploying LTE (Long Term Evolution) networks and offering LTE-based services to their subscribers during next year. As a matter of fact, they argue that at least 12 operators from around the world will do so:

In An Evolving Market, Femtocell Manufacturers Need To Stay Flexible

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Jun 25, 2009, Ebrahim Bushehri, CEO, Lime Microsystems :The goal of wireless operators is to provide full mobility and seamless roaming to ensure permanent access to broadband connectivity for the end user.

Huawei Bags Another Euro LTE Gig

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JUNE 24, 2009, Ray Le Maistre: Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. further cemented its reputation as a leading player in the next-generation mobile infrastructure market by landing another LTE (Long Term Evolution) trial in the Nordics, right on the front door of key wireless networking rivals Ericsson AB (Nasdaq: ERIC) and Nokia Siemens Networks .