Verizon Wireless today released an initial set of technical specifications for devices that will run on its forthcoming LTE network.
A Frost & Sullivan report concludes that mobile operators will trend toward fully maximizing their high-speed packet access
LAS VEGAS—CTIA kicked off its annual spring trade show with a series of three keynotes from industry executives who emphasized continued growth through innovation.
LAS VEGAS—Alcatel-Lucent may have gotten a big win at Mobile World Congress (MWC) when Verizon Wireless named it as one of its LTE vendors, but
Though LTE offers cost savings and performance improvements, integrating LTE into existing operations presents challenges for carriers.
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A group of wireless companies announced the formation of the Voice over LTE via Generic Access (VoLGA) Forum.
Some people seem to think that because Verizon Wireless is linked up with the LTE camp, the technology wars are over. I beg to differ. Having recently returned from Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Spain, I find the LTE and WiMAX rhetoric is as fiery as ever.
New phones using the Android, LiMo and Symbian open-source operating systems are rolling out in 2009.
There’s big buzz surrounding the expected unveiling of a Toshiba smartphone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Nortel is saying good-bye to its mobile WiMAX business and jumping head-first on the LTE train.
Companies supporting LTE and mobile WiMAX networks now have two new testing tools available.
While many analysts are combing their data for future prognostications, we decided to take a look back at some of the hot-button issues of 2008. Did the gloves finally come off in the LTE vs. WiMAX standoff? Did Android change the landscape of the handset market? Did femtocells make an impact?
Keeping his BlackBerry may be the most pressing telecommunications issue for President-Elect Barack Obama, but there’s also the detail of picking a new FCC chair.
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Wireless operators who plan for LTE may be able to flank the negative economy, ABI Research analyst Nadine Manjaro said today.
Clearwire’s CEO said the company might look at rolling out LTE in a few years. Does that mean Clearwire is tipping its hand, indicating it might participate in the 700 MHz auction and challenge the incumbents even more?
Aeroflex yesterday launched its 7100 Digital Radio Test Set for LTE systems.
Motorola has completed an over-the-air Long-Term Evolution (LTE) data sessions in the 700 MHz spectrum.
Semiconductor companies looking to compete in the LTE space may find they can get to market faster with Aricent’s LTE Evolved Node
Anritsu has enhanced its LTE software and tool set.
Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) has begun shipping its Long Term Evolution (LTE) compatible Flexi Multimode Base Station hardware.
Long Term Evolution (LTE) is the new emerging standard for 4G wireless networks.