Interoperability is one of those recurring issues that’s been lost and revived so many times that its latest resurfacing could be seen as either redundant or miraculous.
Cablevision has unveiled a mobile version of its consumer Web portal for its data subscribers.
Interesting advancements in wireless technology specifically promise to help simplify the transition to green.
The growing prevalence of 3G networks is enabling broader bandwidth for mobile devices.
In-Stat says femtocells will make up 61 percent of small cellular base station revenue by 2013.
A hacksaw and a few other tools were probably all it took for someone to sever eight fiber-optic cables in Silicon Valley last week.
Nortel is in bankruptcy. Motorola is reporting a loss of $3.96 billion in the last fiscal quarter. Net subscriber adds are down sharply for the largest nationwide carriers. With news like this, it is easy to feel pessimistic about the future of the wireless industry.
Telecom-related programs will get $7.2 billion under the economic stimulus bill set for President Barack Obama’s signature today.
Alcatel-Lucent posted its eighth-straight quarterly loss after its earnings were wiped out by a $5.03 billion write-down of its assets.
Companies in today’s briefs: Yahoo!, Towerstream, Fujitsu Network Communications, Nokia Siemens Networks, T-Mobile Austria, Nokia, Mformation, HTC, Huawei, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Palm, Samsung. Siemens, Sony Ericsson, ZTE, Meez, Pulse Entertainment, Anthem Venture Partners.
In the current economy, businesses and organizations may be reluctant to upgrade their wireless LANs with the latest technology, 802.11n.
Verizon Wireless will close its acquisition of Alltel this Friday, Verizon said in an SEC 8-K filing late last week.
SAN FRANCISCO—Many of the advocates for open mobile networks are optimistic for the direction the industry is moving
No matter what the femtocell architecture is, there are significant risks to network availability and service integrity that mobile operators need to plan for and employ defenses against to prevent or mitigate these threats.
Anritsu announced a new software bundle for its MS269xA Signal Analyzers to help engineers improve efficiency during development of mobile phones
Proxim Wireless announced the availability of what it calls the industry’s first 802.11n solution to achieve 320 Mbps of throughput on a dual-radio solution.
New kinds of managed services are on Alcatel-Lucent’s agenda for 2009.
The amount of traffic crossing networks of the future will be mind-boggling, according to Doug Webster
Mobile operators are using new kinds of backhaul systems to help protect their revenue and keep customers.
The four major wireless operators came together to bring wireless service to the Tip O’Neill tunnel in Boston.
MobileAccess, has extended the MobileAccess Universal Wireless Network to Clarian Health’s three hospital campuses
San Diego’s Qualcomm saw its Q4 profit sink 22%; the company’s estimates for 2009 don’t look too rosy either.
Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) has begun shipping its Long Term Evolution (LTE) compatible Flexi Multimode Base Station hardware.
Customers today expect nothing less than reliable service coupled with instant access to the latest technologies