Articles tagged with: China Mobile and Qualcomm

Ericsson Joins China Mobile's TD-LTE Network Trials

China Mobile has selected Ericsson to participate in its previously announced TD-LTE trial network deployment more

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Big Three Working on LTE Use in Unpaired Radio Spectrum

China Mobile, Verizon Wireless and Vodafone have jointly announced that they have taken significant steps in developing LTE technology, following yesterday's LTE FDD/TDD Convergence Summit at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. more

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China Should Adopt Technology Neutrality for 3G Services

Talking about the development of 3G services in China, Qualcomm's President for Greater China, Frank Meng Pu has said in an interview that there should be scope for additional platforms in the country "based on the principle of technology neutrality" which encourages market competition to drive 3G development. more

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CCID Consulting: LTE Is Not Only Evolution

In Feb. 2008, Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology once again became the focus of the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona. International carriers, equipment manufacturers, communications test manufacturers declared to support LTE, and provide relevant LTE test service solutions. more

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Government Drives 3G Wireless Transition in China

China's National Development & Reform Commission (NDRC) believes that a fundamental restructuring of the nation's telecom industry is essential to promote the long-term growth of the country's fixed and wireless core communications networks. Because of this, the Chinese government is offering 3G licenses to the four state-owned telcos-China Mobile, China Unicom, China Telecom and China Netcom-as incentives if they are willing to accept reforms, according to iSuppli. more

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