Telecoms news from Mongolia
An Internet service provider based in Mongolia, has selected Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi products to create the largest Wi-Fi access network in Mongolia's capital city of Ulaanbaatar. ...more.
The Mongolian WiMAX network, Ulusnet has been expanded by Airspan Networks. The Ulusnet network consists of a combination of Airspan micro and macro-cell equipment operating in the 2.5 GHz frequency. ...more.
South Korea's SK Telecom has sold its entire stake in Skytel, Mongolia's second largest mobile carrier, to existing Mongolian shareholders, ...more.
China's ZTE says that it has recently signed two WCDMA contracts with mobile operators in Asia, Skytel of Mongolia and Spice Nepal Private of Nepal. ...more.
Mongolian operator MobiCom has launched a HSPA upgrade, with the network supplied by Ericsson. ...more.
Mongolian mobile network operator, Mobicom has announced the launch of the BlackBerry range of smartphones in the country. ...more.
Mongolian telecoms service provider, Incomnet has added Gilat's SkyAbis cellular backhaul solution to its satellite communications network to serve Mongolia's mobile operators. ...more.
Celltick has signed an exclusive deal with Mongolia's Mobicom to provide it's LiveScreen Media platform - which is used to broadcast content to mobile phonesâ€™ idle screens using cell broadcast technology. ...more.
Altobridge says that it has won a three-year, fully managed services contract with Mongolian mobile communications provider, MobiCom. The contract is for the provision of communications across rural Mongolia using Altobridgeâ€™s GSM architecture. ...more.
The Mongolian government's State Property Committee has submitted a list of companies that are to be privatised this year -and top of the list is the dominant telco, Mongolia Telecom. ...more.