AT&T is opening three so-called Innovation Centers to support its LTE deployment.
The BCS500 chip will be sampled to customers by the end of this year and is expected to hit mass production in the second half of 2011.
The GSMA has adopted the technical profile for Voice over LTE (VoLTE) standards developed by the One Voice Initiative...
AT&T has chosen Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson as its LTE network vendors ahead of the operator's planned 4G field trials later this year.
Sisvel and Via Licensing say they are making progress in their efforts to start a patent pool for LTE technology.
Camiant let on that it won a contract to provide policy control systems for a major LTE deployment in 2010.
LG Electronics says it will be the first to have an LTE device certified and up and running in Japan.
4G has the potential to revolutionize people’s mobility and change the way operators do business. By year-end, Clearwire hopes to cover 120 million people with its mobile WiMAX offering. Verizon Wireless is set to deploy LTE in 25 to 30 markets this year. As the industry moves to the next evolution of technology, who will come out on top?
Deloitte took its annual look at what the next year holds for carriers, and came up with one definitive point: It’s going to be a rough one.
Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Networks have been tapped to build out TeliaSonera's LTE network across Norway and Sweden.
With data traffic exploding at a rate of 400 percent to 800 percent annually worldwide and with the pending move toward LTE, mobile service providers face mounting pressure to have in place the necessary backhaul capacity to handle the traffic.
Verizon Wireless is taking the initiative to prepare developers for the coming of LTE. The carrier recently announced it will host a webcast on Jan. 20, 2010, to review updated specifications for wireless devices that will run on the nationwide
European operator TeliaSonera has launched the world's first commercial LTE network in Oslo, Norway, and Stockholm, Sweden.
Will solving the thorny problem of providing voice and SMS with LTE justify IMS investments and provide the competitive edge IMS desperately needs to become a major basis for rich service delivery on mobile networks?
Alcatel-Lucent reports that it has successfully completed the first LTE data call on the 800 MHz European Digital Dividend (EDD) spectrum band in a live network.
Samsung Electronics has signed a $1.3 billion licensing agreement with Qualcomm...
Ericsson sends CTO Håkan Eriksson to Silicon Valley.
Verizon Wireless is on track to launch LTE in 25 to 30 markets next year, said Tony Melone at a keynote address before the LTE Americas 2009 Conference.
ZTE says it has opened an LTE laboratory in Richardson, Texas, that will demonstrate and test its dual-mode CDMA/LTE platform for U.S. carriers.
Expectations call for billions of connected devices in the years ahead, but operators need to make preparations now so they’re ready for the onslaught.
As carriers, enterprises and government agencies rely more heavily on Ethernet microwave technology to scale their networks, they are also grappling with greater wireless network complexity.
LTE holds a lot of promise, but there's still "no substitute for good old-fashioned engineering." That's the message from Verizon Wireless' Chief Technology Officer Tony Melone...
The VoLGA Forum has published the first complete set of specifications for delivering voice and SMS over LTE just nine months after starting the effort.
HSPA is the smoothest way to get to LTE, says Ericsson’s Ulf Edwaldsson
CHICAGO—Just after Kris Rinne finished touting AT&T's ability to use HSPA to smooth the carrier's transition to LTE, Ericsson's Ulf Edwaldsson made the same argument yesterday at 4G World: HSPA is the smoothest way to get to LTE.