Articles tagged with: Hspa and Sim

Cost of Supporting Mobile Broadband is Eroding Subscriber Profitability

Mobile broadband services are more expensive to support than any other wireless service and are endangering subscriber profitability for many mobile network operators concludes a new study from WDSGlobal. more

Related Tags: wdsglobal, 3g, usb-modem, customer-care, ovi, tim, ict, arpu, mobile-broadband, laptop, modem, ev-do, security, usb


Study Finds Large Cost Savings for Migrating Heavy Data Users to Femtocells

A study found, across a wide variety of scenarios considering different regions of the world, the business case for femtocells is strong---often doubling the customer lifetime value---and does not depend on any one critical factor or assumption in order to generate a favorable outcome. more

Related Tags: , eu, arpu, ict, tim, mts, ovi, iden, mobile-broadband, femtocell, 3, fmc, femtocells, ev-do, indoor, churn


New iPhone Rumours Emerge from Canada

Following on from recent rumours that O2 UK was trying to run down stocks of the Apple iPhone in preparation for a new model, come stories that Canadian operator Fido is also carrying out a similar operation. more

Related Tags: 3g, iphone, apple, ict, o2, rogers-wireless, rogers, o2-uk, apple-iphone, fido, Canada


BSNL Launches 3G Services in 11 Cities

Ericsson has issued an update on its Sept 2007 contract win from India's BSNL - and says it achieved the country's biggest simultaneous launch of 3G services to date, across 11 major cities. more

Related Tags: 3g, mobile-tv, wcdma, cdma, ericsson, mobile-broadband, bsnl, partner, music, target, 3g-network, video-on-demand, India


iPhone in China: China Mobile or China Unicom?

The iPhone distribution negotiations between Apple and China Mobile were first reported in 2007. While many expected to see the two shake hands, no deal has yet been announced and it is now rumoured that Apple will partner with China Unicom instead. What is interesting is how the competitive environment will influence any cooperation. more

Related Tags: 3g, iphone, china-unicom, wcdma, itunes, apple, itu, edge, china-mobile, china-telecom, td-scdma, cdma, ovum, compete, partner, mobile-content, 3g-licence, unicom, music, 3g-network, China


Huawei Launches World's First Unified LTE Solution

Huawei has demonstrated the world's first unified frequency-division duplex and time-division duplex (FDD/TDD) long-term evolution (LTE) solution. more

Related Tags: huawei, teliasonera, lte, mobile-broadband, telus, bell, singleran, network-planning


Qualcomm Chipset Supports Simultaneous Voice and Data Usage

Qualcomm has introduced the industry's first chipset solution for Smartphones supporting CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. B and Simultaneous Voice-Data Operation (SV-DO), as well as multi-carrier HSPA+ and LTE. more

Related Tags: 3g, smartphone, qualcomm, bluetooth, smartphones, gps, lte, mts, cdma, mobile-broadband, cdma2000, hspa+, chipsets, umts, 1xev-do, chipset, ev-do, radio-frequency, fm-radio


WiMAX Leaps Digital Divide in Developing Asia

Strategy Analytics predicts that consumer WiMAX subscriptions in the developing countries of Asia will grow from a few thousand now to almost 27 million by 2013. more

Related Tags: analytics, wimax, ict, rural, lte, strategy-analytics, villages


Sierra Wireless Launches HSPA+ USB Modems

Sierra Wireless has launched its first mobile broadband USB modems for HSPA+ networks. The new modems nearly triple the speed of other mobile broadband devices, with peak download speeds of 21Mbps. more

Related Tags: usb-modem, mobile-broadband, telstra, hspa+, usb-modems, wireless-usb, sierra-wireless, bandwidth, usb, modems


Ericsson to Demo 42Mbps Mobile Data Downloads

Ericsson says that it will perform the first-ever demonstration of the new HSPA multi-carrier technology for peak downlink data rates of 42Mbps at the Mobile World Congress next week.  more

Related Tags: edge, lte, ericsson, mobile-broadband, telstra, mimo, fixed-wireless, downlink