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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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Actix unveils Self-Optimizing Network solution for LTE networks

Actix says that it plans to deliver the world’s first commercial Self-Optimizing Network (SON) system for LTE networks during 2009. SON virtually eliminates human involvement for network planning and optimization, more

Related Tags: 3g, base-station, eu, ict, lte, ran, 3gpp, actix, base-stations, radio-access-network, son, bandwidth, network-planning, true

WiMAX Forum Projects Over 800 Million People to Have Access to WiMAX Networks by 2010

The WiMAX Forum has announced that WiMAX Service Providers now offer networks covering 430 million people, or POPS, globally and are on a path to nearly double to 800 million people by end of 2010. more

Related Tags: pops, samsung, wimax, zte, wimax-forum, mobile-broadband, mobile-internet, digital-divide

Multi-Mode WiMAX-LTE Chips to Hit Markets in 2009

2009 will see the introduction of a new class of wireless communications chip that features dual-mode support for both WiMAX and LTE, according to ABI Research. more

Related Tags: wimax, vodafone, abi-research, netbooks, lte, kddi, usb, dual-mode

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