LTE News

Huawei unveils next-generation LTE base station

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16 Jul 2009| Ian Williams| Telecoms giant Huawei has launched the first large-scale commercial Long Term Evolution (LTE) eNodeB base station aimed at helping to spur the deployment of LTE ne

Motivating factors for investing in LTE

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July 15, 2009| By Cintia Garza: LTE is still a few years away and many questions about the technology and business model remain unanswered.

Over 100 million LTE mobile broadband subscribers by 2014

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Wednesday Jul 15 2009  | According to a new report by Juniper Research, LTE wireless broadband technology will see over 100 million subscribers by 2014.

LTE Versus WiMax Moves from Theoretical to Real

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Jul 14, 2009| by Carl Weinschenk| IT Business Edge: The 4G world of high-speed, long-range IP-based wireless service is here.

Mobile Video May Be Key To LTE

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July 13, 2009| By Marin Perez:Japan's NTT DoCoMo expects the 4G network to drive revenue by spurring interest in video downloads and mobile streaming services.

Ericsson Touts LTE for Korea's Green Economy

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JULY 13, 2009 | Catherine Haslam: Ericsson AB (Nasdaq: ERIC) is looking forward to LTE playing a central role in the Korean government's plans for a greener economy based on communications, Björn Alld

Two Companies Aim to Enable Early Adoption of 3G LTE

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13th July , 2009: Europe : A new 3G LTE reference platform is currently in development by Lime Microsystems and Blue Wonder Communications.

Wimax take-up slow; LTE faces technical challenges, says Maravedis

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13 July 2009| by David Manners: Approximately 400,000 WiMAX subscribers and 50 million new active 3G subscribers were added in Q1 2009, says Canadian telecoms analyst company Maravedis.

NTT DoCoMo to Launch Fourth-Generation Network in 2010

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By Jonathan Browning| July 12 (Bloomberg) -- NTT DoCoMo Inc.

Ericsson to Invest $1.5 Billion in South Korea

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By Jungmin Hong| July 12 (Bloomberg) -- Ericsson AB, the world’s largest maker of wireless networks, plans to invest $1.5 billion in South Korea over the next five years.