Articles tagged with: Wireless Broadband

Desktop Computers are Ceding Ground to Mobile Enabled Laptops

Laptops outstripped desktops for the first time in terms of revenue due to a higher average sale price. Frost & Sullivan believes another could follow this first in 2009, when laptop unit sales will exceed that of desktops, globally. more

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Despite the Naysayers WiMAX Subscriber Revenue Will Boom in 2009

Any reader who believed all the recent headlines would feel confident that the WiMAX market is being crushed by LTE. But that's not quite the whole story. more

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Wireless Broadband Boosts Australian Economy by $4.7 Billion

Dr Paul Paterson of Concept Economics says a study looking at the economic impact of wireless broadband estimates that if take up continues at current levels there will be an ongoing annual productivity dividend to Australians of US$4.7 billion,  more

Related Tags: 3g, mobile-payments, mobile-broadband, telstra, melbourne, Australia


American Tower Swings Back to Q4 Profit

American Tower Corp. has returned to fourth-quarter profit after posting a net profit of $85.8 million, compared to a loss of $5.5 million a year ago.  more

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BSNL Launches WiMAX Network in India's Gujarat State

India's Bharat Sanchar Nigam (BSNL) has launched a WiMAX network in the Indian state of Gujarat - in association with SOMA Networks. more

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WiMAX Provides Wireless Backhaul for Turkey's Largest Video Surveillance Network

The Bodrum Police Department had commissioned the construction of a city-wide wireless video surveillance network, utilizing Proxim's Tsunami MP.16 3500 licensed band WiMAX radios as the wireless backhaul to connect over 70 video cameras. more

Related Tags: wimax, lte, backhaul, police, wired, connect, Turkey


Verizon Announces LTE Deployment Plans - Going Live in 2010

Verizon's CTO, Dick Lynch has outlined the company's plans to roll out an LTE upgrade for its wireless network. Lynch announced that Verizon Wireless has selected Ericsson and Alcatel-Lucent as primary network vendors for its initial LTE network deployments. more

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Alcatel-Lucent Wins Cambodian WiMAX Contract

Alcatel-Lucent has been chosen by Cambodia's Chuan Wei to deploy a nation-wide WiMAX Rev-e wireless broadband network, Cambodia's first. Commercial services are set for launch in mid 2009. more

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Orange Botswana Chooses Alvarion for WiMAX Turnkey Project

Alvarion says that it has won a contract from Orange Botswana for a turnkey WiMAX deployment, using its 4Motion end-to-end solution. more

Related Tags: orange, wimax, 802.16e, alvarion, orange-botswana, Botswana


Ofcom Outlines Revised Plans for 900Mhz Spectrum

The UK telecoms regulator, Ofcom has revised its plans to liberalise the management of the radio spectrum - which is says will offer faster and more reliable wireless broadband services. more

Related Tags: 3g, eu, ict, rural, vodafone, o2, mobile-broadband, ofcom, radio-spectrum, auction, 2g, UK


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