Articles tagged with: Ericsson and 4g

Ericsson Tops LTE Infrastructure Market; Samsung Tops WiMAX - Report

Infonetics forecasts the 4G infrastructure market to hit $16 billion by 2015, driven by LTE and WiMAX investments. more

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Ericsson Wins Australian LTE Network Contract

Ericsson says that it has won an LTE based 4G network contract from Australia's Telstra more

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TeliaSonera Launches Two LTE Networks

Te­liaSonera has launched the world's first commercial LTE networks, covering the city of Stockholm in Sweden and the city of Oslo in Norway. more

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Ericsson maintains leadership among network equipment vendors

Ericsson continued to strike a fine balance between growth and profitability in 2Q09, continuing its gradual migration to a services led approach to operator accounts.  more

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MetroPCS Orders LTE Infrastructure from Ericsson

US mobile network operator, MetroPCS has selected its infrastructure and initial handset vendors for its LTE) service launch - due in the second half 2010. more

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Microwave equipment market hits $4.9 billion in 2008, led by Ericsson and NEC

Market research firm Infonetics Research is reporting that worldwide microwave equipment sales hit $4.9 billion in 2008, up 23% from the previous year.  more

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Wireless Infrastructure Vendors Hunkering Down for a Tough 2009

Radio Access Network equipment expenditure is expected to contract by 6% as wireless infrastructure vendors brace for a stormy year. The latest market data from ABI Research pegs infrastructure spending at about $49 billion in 2009. more

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Breakthrough for post-4G communications

With much of the mobile world yet to migrate to 3G mobile communications, let alone 4G, European researchers are already working on a new technology able to deliver data wirelessly up to 12.5Gb/s. more

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Nokia Deal to Boost Qualcomm's Dominance in Mobile Handset Baseband Chips?

Due to its recent agreement with Nokia, Qualcomm is likely to solidify its lead in the global market for mobile-handset baseband semiconductors, according to iSuppli Corp. Based on iSuppli's preliminary estimate, Qualcomm in the fourth quarter accounted for 40.6 percent of worldwide revenue from shipments of mobile handset baseband semiconductors, more

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Verizon Announces LTE Deployment Plans - Going Live in 2010

Verizon's CTO, Dick Lynch has outlined the company's plans to roll out an LTE upgrade for its wireless network. Lynch announced that Verizon Wireless has selected Ericsson and Alcatel-Lucent as primary network vendors for its initial LTE network deployments. more

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