Articles tagged with: Qualcomm and Wimax,

CCID Consulting: LTE Is Not Only Evolution

In Feb. 2008, Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology once again became the focus of the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona. International carriers, equipment manufacturers, communications test manufacturers declared to support LTE, and provide relevant LTE test service solutions. more

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TECH TALES: WiMAX is Still a Risky Investment

The next-generation wireless technology, known as WiMax, is full of potential to drive cheaper, high-speed wireless data, voice and video communications, or a dismal failure, depending on who you talk to. more

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Telesur revamps strategy to face mobile competition

Suriname state-owned telco Telesur is revamping its investment and marketing strategy in both mobile and fixed line services to face competition in this recently liberalized market, Telesur's managing director Dirk Currie told BNamericas. more

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Qualcomm CEO: WiMax Will Suffer In Face of 3G Competition

Qualcomm Chief Executive Paul Jacobs said an alternate form of wireless Internet connection, WiMax, will "suffer in the face of competition from 3G."  more

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Stakes High For Sprint Nextel in Wireless Gamble

Seeking an edge over its larger rivals, Sprint Nextel Corp. plans to spend up to $5 billion by 2010 to create a network with the U.S.'s fastest wireless connections to the Internet. more

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Wireless 4G Technology Beginning to Shape Up

Although an official definition of wireless 4G technology will not be released until the 2008/2009 timeframe in the form of the ITU's IMT-Advanced requirements, there are already clear contenders for the designation, reports In-Stat. more

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