The number of LTE subscribers is set to more than double in 2013, according to a forecast released Tuesday from IHS iSuppli. According to the report, worldwide LTE subscribers will surpass 198.1 million in 2013, a 115 increase from the 92.3 million last year, according to an IHS.
LTE has arrived. According to new research from Strategy Analytics, global LTE smartphone shipments will grow threefold to reach 275 million units in 2013. Companies leading the growth spurt will include Apple, Samsung, LG and others...
Tablets are yet again set to be big items this holiday season, and shoppers will have the best selection they’ve ever seen. But this year, those cellular equipped models won’t be shipping in just 3G; LTE is the flavor of choice for those seeking anytime, anywhere connectivity
The dramatic success of the iPhone, data hungry smartphone competitors and other wireless devices is placing an ever increasing capacity demand on wireless networks which is only expected to worsen with the accelerated deployments of 4G networks worldwide.
The chairman of the 3GPP's project coordination group told 4G World attendees on Thursday that the standards body is making progress on LTE Release 12.
Leap Wireless International flipped the switch today on its second LTE market in Las Vegas.
AT&T is going full throttle with rollout of its LTE network with today’s launch of seven new markets and expansions in two others, bringing its total LTE markets to 60.
Integration of small cells into the “macro” network could be more effective than even Wi-Fi offload in solving the problem of data traffic outstripping increases in available spectrum.
Cellular roaming was a relatively straightforward proposition for quite some time, but LTE and the myriad bands upon which it is being deployed have made the next-generation of roaming a much more complicated proposition.
SBA Communications President and CEO Jeff Stoops sits down with Wireless Week to talk strategy, the state of the industry and whether recent legislation is actually helping towers get built faster.
The manager of the hedge fund backing LightSquared may give up his board seat to help the struggling mobile broadband company avoid bankruptcy, according to news reports.
Clearwire says New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago and Seattle will be among the 31 cities it plans to light up during the first half of next year.
LightSquared made it clear on Friday that it's not going down without a fight.
Executives from Verizon Communications and Comcast will square off against the Rural Cellular Association (RCA) and Free Press at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing later this week on Verizon Wireless' $3.9 billion acquisition of nationwide AWS spectrum from four cable operators.
With China Mobile sent back to the bench, does that mean TD-LTE is out of the running? Not by a long shot.
Dish Network has closed its acquisitions of satellite companies DBSD North America and TerreStar Networks.
AT&T said today it is turning on its LTE service in a dozen new markets "soon" as it works to catch up with larger rival Verizon Wireless, whose LTE network already covers large portions of the country.
C Spire Wireless said it will light up its LTE network in September, nine months later than it originally planned to launch its network.
The bottom line following Wednesday's iPad launch appears to be that the new LTE-capable tablet will only bolster Apple's dominance in the tablet market.
The FCC cleared Dish Network's satellite spectrum acquisition Friday but put the company's wireless plans on the back burner...
LightSquared CEO Sanjiv Ahuja resigned today after failing to get government clearance for the company's planned wireless network.
Verizon Wireless doesn't expect to recoup future investments in its 3G network and is pushing to move customers over to its more efficient LTE service...
If you were ever wondering what was left of Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) after a series of divestitures and acquisitions, the company's CEO let it be known at MWC Sunday evening...
It appears T-Mobile USA will take the $4 billion in spectrum and cash it received from AT&T as a result of the failed merger...