Evolved MBMS - broadcast and multicast in LTE

in Video, Webinar, eMBMS, Rohde & Schwarz, LTE

Commercial LTEi Release 8 networks have been launched worldwide. The features of 3GPPi Release 9 further enhance LTE. One of the key features in LTE Release 9 is called evolved MBMS. MBMS stands for multimedia broadcast multicast services and enables broadcast and multicast services over a cellular network.

Key Challenges & Opportunities for CDMA2000/LTE Operators

in Video, CDMA, LTE

Key Challenges & Opportunities for CDMA2000/LTEi Operators: Maximizing Network ROI & Implementing CDMA2000-LTE Roamingi

Moderated by Jeff Mucci, CEO, Publisher and Editorial Director with RCR Wireless News, and featuring Rob Riordan, Executive Vice President at Cellcom; Egil Gronstad, Vice President, Technology Planning for Cricket.

WiFI LTE Trends in Latin America

in Video, WiFi, LTE

Dan Friedman, Director Business Development Qualcomm Atheros, discribes a few of the unique challenges Latin American mobile carriers will face delivering seamless WiFi and LTEi services to the consumer markets.

LTE Deployment Webinar

in Video, Webinar, LTE

LTEi introduces many new parameters to the radio network design problem. They come on top of the existing challenge of designing to maximise coverage with the fewest sites while minimising interference.

CCA 2012: Alcatel-Lucent on device initiatives

in Video, Alcatel-Lucent, LTE

RCR Wireless News Editor-in-Chief Dan Meyer interviews Robert Vrij about Alcatel-Lucent's LTEi device strategy for competitive carriers.

Huawei E3276 USB modem in PC and in DOVADO TINY router

in Video, Dovado, Huawei, 4G, LTE

The Huawei E3276, a Cat.4, 4G/LTEi USB modem!, was first deployed by Optus in Australia and A1 in Austria. It is about to enter many other markets elsewhere. What makes this device special is that it can actually deliver speeds of 150Mbps, and DOVADO is the first router brand to support it. This test was conducted on the evening of 23rd of September, 2012, in Stockholm, Sweden.

Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE Review

in Video, Samsung, Samsung Galaxy, 4G, LTE

PhoneArena review of Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTEi.

The Advantages of MPLS for Mobile Backhaul

in Video, Webinar, Juniper Networks, MPLS, LTE

Moderator: Martha DeGrasse, Editor, RCR Wireless News

Presenter: David Boland, Senior Manager, Mobile Service Provider Solutions, Juniper Networks

iPhone 5 with 4G LTE

in Video, Apple, iPhone, iPhone 5, LTE

Apple's Phil Schiller reveals a speedier iPhone, which will for the first time support 4G LTEi, delivering what he calls "Ultrafast Wireless." The device's LTE service will be available in the U.S. on Sprint, Verizon Wireless, and AT&T.

Pyramid: Asia-Pacific LTE Auctions Telecom Insider

in Video, Pyramid Research, LTE

As LTEi has matured and deployment gained momentum, LTE has become the most widely supported next-generation mobile technology globally. From the extensive list of LTE-devoted operators in the region, Pyramid Research believes that Asia-Pacific will remain the largest LTE region after overtaking North America in 2015.

Small Cell Backhaul: What, Why and How ?

in Video, Webinar, Small Cell, Tellabs, 3G, Femtocell, HSPA, LTE

Tellabs Webinar: There's a strong consensus among service providers that small cells will be an integral part of their 3G, HSPA and LTEi deployments in the future. However, the timing of deployments, use cases, and the range of potential architectures cause some uncertainty in the best path forward for each service provider.

Connected Cities: Public Safety LTE Trends

in Video, Webinar, Public Safety, LTE

RCR Wireless Editorial Webinar: The public safety space has for years been tasked with attempting to accomplish an increasingly complex job using antiquated equipment. That challenge appears to be gaining some attention as the wireless industry and public safety officials are looking to begin deploying next-generation networks using LTEi technology.

Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE Review

in Video, Motorola, Motorola Photon, LTE

Lisa Gade reviews the Motorola Photon Q 4G LTEi Android smartphone on Sprint. This is a rare QWERTY slider and it runs Android OSi 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich on a 1.5GHz dual core Qualcomm S4 CPU. The phone has a 4.3" qHD "color Boost" display, a gig of RAM, 8 gigs of internal storage and a microSD card slot.