Articles tagged with: Ict and WCDMA

Qualcomm and Broadcom Wave a Paper and Declare "Peace For Our Time"

The acrimonious patent battle between Qualcomm and Broadcom is finally over. The two firms have entered into a settlement and multi-year patent agreement, more

Related Tags: broadcom, qualcomm, td-scdma, cdma, ovi, iden, tim, lte, wimax, european-commission, eu, semiconductor, 3g, compete, patents, 4g, patent, court,

Shareholders Pushing for Sale of US Cellular to Larger Rival

Further consolidation in the USA's telecoms market could be imminent as shareholders are reported to be pressuring U.S. Cellular to seek a buy-out from one of its larger rivals. more

Related Tags: t-mobile, eu, metropcs, sprint-nextel, lte, verizon-wireless, cdma, verizon, alltel, anti-trust, u.s.-cellular, sprint, gsm, target,

ZTE, Other 3G Device Providers Play Active Role in Deploying 3G Networks in China

CCID, a research firm in China disclosed recently in an industry report which predicted that the rapid deployment of 3G networks in China will eventually result in the creation of about 660,000 3G subscriber lines by Q3 this year. more

Related Tags: datang, 3g, nokia, eu, china-unicom, edge, huawei, zte, china-mobile, china-telecom, td-scdma, alcatel-lucent, mts, cdma, ericsson, cdma2000, umts, unicom, 3g-network, China

Nokia Suspends Sales of Touschseen 5800 Handset in USA

Nokia has been forced to suspend sales of its flagship touchscreen phone following complaints that the phone is having problems with the US phone networks. more

Related Tags: 3g, nokia, eu, edge, cdma, customer-care, touchscreen, gsm,

Chinese Handset Production Growth Down to Single Figures

The research firm predicts that the scale of Chinese mobile phone chips market is expected to reach RMB 110 billion (US$16 billion), up by 6%, down to single-digit growth for the first time. more

Related Tags: broadcom, wi-fi, 3g, nokia, mobile-tv, motorola, qualcomm, itu, gps, driving, td-scdma, cdma, memory-chips, memory, gsm, smart, ccid-consulting, mp3, freescale, global-mobile, China

Qualcomm Chips Powering the BlackBerry Storm Smartphone

It isn't a shock that the new BlackBerry Storm smart phone offers features comparable to Apple's 3G iPhone. However, the Storm brings some interesting developments on the inside, such as the inclusion of a Qualcomm baseband chip, more

Related Tags: sandisk, iphone, intel, samsung, roaming, apple, qualcomm, isuppli, gps, cdma, verizon, blackberry, rim, blackberry-storm, touchscreen, touchscreens, memory, apple-iphone, smart, andrew, storm, display, radio-frequency, microsd, haptic, marvell-technology, touch-screen, marvell

Taiwan Mobile Phone Sales to Reach 7.2 Million Units in 2008

According to MIC (Market Intelligence Center, Taiwan), an ICT industry research institute based in Taipei, mobile data services will be a key focus for Taiwanese telecom operators in 2008, with the growing popularity of 3G/3.5G mobile phones. more

Related Tags: sony-ericsson, intel, mobile-data, samsung, smartphones, chunghwa-telecom, sony, mic, pda, Taiwan

Global Mobile Phone Subscribers to Reach 4.5 Billion by 2012

According to MIC (Market Intelligence Center), an ICT industry research institute based in Taipei, global mobile phone subscribers hit 3.1 billion in 2007, thanks mainly to the continuing increase of prepaid subscribers with double SIM cards and corporate clients in the US and European markets. more

Related Tags: sim-card, roaming, gsm-association, qualcomm, docomo, verizon-wireless, hspa, verizon, lte, telstra, cdma2000-1x, mic, hutchison, cdma2000, analog, ev-do, tdma, global-mobile, cagr

Emerging Markets Create Opportunities for Taiwan Handset Manufacturers

According to MIC (Market Intelligence Center), an ICT industry research institute based in Taipei, owing to rollouts of new models by Motorola, LG, and Sony Ericsson, Taiwanese shipment volume is expected to reach 24.5 million units in the first quarter of 2008, representing a 10.1% sequential decline. more

Related Tags: sony-ericsson, reliance, sony, mic, motorola,, Taiwan

Taiwanese Mobile Phone Market Expected to Reach 7.1 Million Units in 2007

According to MIC (Market Intelligence Center), an ict industry research institute based in Taipei, the scale of the Taiwanese mobile phone market is expected to reach 7.1 million units for the full-year 2007, down 2% in comparison with 2006. Sales volume in the second quarter of 2007 is expected to reach 1.7 million units. Due to the continuing demand of the NCC (National Communications Commission) for mobile operators to cut their 2G voice call rates, mobile operators will face challenges in bolstering their revenues. Therefore, in 2007 they will focus their effort on accelerating popularity of WCDMA and HSDPA services, creating the conditions for expanded use of mobile Internet access, as well as increasing sales of value-added services other than SMS and ringback tones. more

Related Tags: mic, gprs, walkman, ncc, razr

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