Leaders in the GSM community are quick to remind everyone that 3G still has legs – lots of them.
Motorola's Bruce Brda talks about the struggling company's 4G efforts.
Discount carrier MetroPCS Communications has tapped Ericsson and Samsung for its 2010 launch of its LTE network.
Just ahead of the 4G World conference in Chicago this week, LTE systems startup AirHop Communications came out of stealth mode today with a $1 million investment...
Samsung Electronics says it has developed the first LTE modem that complies with the latest 3GPP standards that were released in March.
Companies in today's briefs include: Interop Technologies, California Micro Devices, In-Stat, SPB Software, Cincinnati Bell, ICP Solar Technologies, Marvell, China Mobile.
Via Licensing has issued a patent call for a new WLAN standard that is able to support streaming high-definition video.
Darren McQueen, Vice President, Wireless Broadband Networks, Home and Networks Mobility, Motorola Inc., discusses Motorola's latest advancement in bringing to market a very agile, zero footprint LTE solution.
The worlds fastest wireless-connection this is 4G Broadband LTE.
Operators are excited about the prospects of delivering multi-megabit data connections to mobile subscribers.
Nokia Siemens Networks announced that Sue Spradley, the head of its North American operations, will be joining the company’s executive board.
The economy doesn’t appear to be hurting ZTE too much, thanks in part to business in China. The Chinese vendor reports its net profit in the first half of the year was up 40.5 percent over last year.
Verizon Wireless says it has completed its first successful LTE data calls in Boston and Seattle based on the 3GPP Release 8 standard.
LTE is still in the technology trigger phase and has not reached a level of large-scale commercial use.
The president and co-CEO of RIM says the BlackBerry maker had a handshake deal to buy a prized piece of Nortel Networks
LTE is noted for its speed, simplicity and elegance. It can support stunning data rates and has the potential to revolutionize telecommunications with a host of innovative, high-bandwidth applications.
Accelerometers are expected to appear in one-third of mobile phones shipped next year - Ever wonder how much the U.S. wireless industry is contributing to the the economy? - Worldwide GPS smartphone shipments will grow 34 percent from 57 million units in 2008 to 77 million units in 2009 - Bluetooth-enabled equipment shipments will shrink 4 percent in 2009 - Wireless operators will spend about $3.3 billion building LTE base stations in 2011.
Ericsson’s stake in Canada will more than double – if the Canadian government doesn’t intervene.
MPAM Wireless has submitted a $750 million bid for Nortel’s wireless assets.
Ericsson has entered into an asset purchase agreement to acquire the parts of the Carrier Networks division of Nortel