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Orange UK to Improve Voice Call Quality with WB-AMR Codex

Orange UK has announced plans to launch HD Voice nationwide for customers on its mobile network in 2010 - the first such announcement by a UK operator. more

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The Next Internet Boom: Connected Cars

An estimated 62.3 million global consumers will have Internet access in their cars by 2016, up from 970,000 at the end of 2009, according to iSuppli Corp. more

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Microwave equipment market down 8% in 3Q09; Huawei posts big gains

The total worldwide microwave equipment market hit $1.4 billion in 3Q09, down 8% from 2Q09, reports Infonetics Research. The report added that the market is dominated by mobile backhaul microwave equipment, more

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YTL Communications Secures Tower Sharing Deal with Telekom Malaysia

Malaysian WiMAX license holder, YTL Communications says that it has signed a 15-year Wholesale Ethernet Service and Master Tenancy for Infrastructure Sharing Agreement with Telekom Malaysia (TM). more

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Nearly 44 Million HSPA Connections in APEJ by Year-End

High-Speed Packet Access (HSPA) technology, in both handsets and dongle form factors, has experienced strong growth in Asia/Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) in the past 18 months, with IDC forecasting 43.6 million HSPA connections in the region at the end of 2009. more

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Latin American MVNOs to Increase Competition in High Income Segments

A new report from Signals Telecom Consulting has looked at the various factors behind the resurgence of mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) in Latin American markets. more

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Qualcomm Now Sampling Dual-carrier HSPA+ and Multi-Mode 3G/LTE Chipsets

Qualcomm has announced that it is sampling the industry's first chipsets for dual-carrier HSPA+ and multi-mode 3G/LTE. The MDM8220 is the first chipset to support Dual-carrier High-Speed Packet Access Plus (DC-HSPA+); and the MDM9200 and the MDM9600 chipsets are the industry's first multi-mode 3G/LTE solutions. more

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No "N" in Mobile Yet, But 802.11n Chipsets are Enabling the Arrival

The rapid proliferation of multitasking smartphones with more advanced applications means consumers are going to be asking for 802.11n soon, according to market research firm, In-Stat. more

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British IT Directors Overlooking the 30% Spent on Telecoms

According to a new commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of COLT, UK enterprises typically spend 25 to 30% of their annual IT budget on telecoms, but many are not giving this spend the attention it deserves. more

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Fitch Rates Telecom Namibia with a Stable Outlook

The ratings also factor in the company's strong operational and strategic ties with the Namibian government, given its 100% state ownership, and the assumed government support for the company. more

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