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Worldwide Mobile Phone Shipments Down by 15.8% in First Quarter

The worldwide mobile phone market began 2009 with an expected sequential downturn, exacerbated by the challenges of the ongoing worldwide recession. more

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Orange Deploying 100 Solar Powered Base Stations in African Nation

Orange Guinea Conakry and Ericsson are deploying over 100 base stations fully powered by solar energy, connecting remote parts of rural Africa. more

Related Tags: orange, base-station, battery, base-stations, bts, batteries, solar, Guinea


Mobile Communications Is Uniquely Placed to Drive Economic Growth

At the GSMAs Leadership Summit, bringing together 400 CEOs, government ministers and officials, industry leaders today stressed the unique role that broadband, specifically mobile broadband, can play as an economic stimulus.  more

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Wireless at WARP speed

Nothing kills innovation like having to reinvent the wheel. Until just a couple of years ago, electronics researchers testing new high-speed wireless technologies faced just this sort of problem; they had to build every test system completely from scratch. more

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Europe to Boost Rural Broadband Internet Access

The European Commission says that it is earmarking 1 billion (US$1.3 billion) to achieve 100 % high-speed internet coverage for all European citizens by 2010 as part of the European Economic Recovery Plan.  more

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Ericsson Rolls Out New Network in Guinea

Ericsson says that it has successfully rolled out a new GSM network in Guinea for the Cellcom Group. The Cellcom Guinee GSM network, which covers the Guinean capital of Conakry and the country's main rural areas, is based on the Ericsson Mobile Soft Switch (MSS). more

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Ericsson Reports Stronger than Expected 3rd Quarter Results

Ericsson has reported stronger than anticipated third quarter earnings after posting an operating profit of US$772.5 million excluding restructuring charges.  more

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Ericsson to launch mobile Innovation Center in Africa

Ericsson says that it will establish an Innovation Center in sub-Saharan Africa to develop mobile applications that will benefit society as a whole, but with a special focus on meeting the needs of poor and rural populations. more

Related Tags: mobile-broadband, health, smart-mobile, Nigeria


Ericsson deploys rural, solar-powered site with satellite transmission

For the first time, Ericsson has combined a GSM base station and satellite transmission in a solar-powered site, enabling Cambodian mobile operator Star-Cell to expand its network coverage in remote areas. more

Related Tags: sony, satellite, bts, tower, batteries, health, solar, Cambodia


Ericsson expands Síminn's WCDMA network into 900MHz band

Ericsson has formed a partnership with Icelandic operator Síminn through a contract to expand its WCDMA/HSPA network into the 900MHz band - for the rural and remote parts of the country. more

Related Tags: wcdma, core-network, hspa, mobile-broadband, 900mhz, Iceland


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