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AT&T calmly and steadily growing, as it awaits LTE and T-Mobile approval
AT&T is adding new iPhone customers, growing its Android base still faster, is on-track with its planned LTE launch later this summer and feeling confident that its proposed $39 billion purchase of competitor T-Mobile will receive the necessary federal approvals. As expected. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room...
Ericsson sees slight U.S. slow-down despite solid mobile, services outlook
It can be difficult to sort out the macro-economic and geo-political impacts from the industry-specific trends when it comes to divining the financial health of large global vendors like Ericsson. Coming up short on profits and weighted down by large restructuring charges taken in the quarter, Ericsson reported “disappointing” profits this morning and saw its stock slide. ...
Nokia Q2 `clearly disappointing,` admits Elop, outlining turnaround plans
The saving-grace for Nokia, in what may have otherwise been an entirely grave second-quarter earnings report, was the patent royalties it now receives from Apple — the company actually most responsible for its first quarterly losses in handset sales since 2009. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room ...
Analysis: Data roaming `walls` are coming down -- but not everyone is happy
In the old days it was governments that built the walls and ‘the people’ who tore them down. ‘The people’ included owners of companies that wanted to do business with whoever they liked, whenever they liked, wherever they liked. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room Now,...
Analysis: Sorting out the LightSquared GPS interference mess
As the controversy over LightSquared’s proposed long-term evolution (LTE) network heats up, so has the rhetoric exchanged between the GPS industry and the satellite-operator-turned-4G provider. The GPS industry is adamant that no terrestrial network can go up in L-band without knocking out GPS receivers – and thus the applications and services that depend on their location data. LightSquared has...
Nokia Siemens Networks abandons quest for cash; what`s next?
Nokia Siemens Networks today said it had completed its quest for a private equity investment and has decided to keep the company as-is. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room In a press release announcing the decision, the move not unexpectedly was cast in positive terms:...
T-Mobile expands dual-carrier footprint; Verizon nears 100 LTE markets
The race between T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless to see who can build their muscled-up mobile broadband network the fastest picked up more speed today. T-Mobile today announced it has expanded its dual-carrier high-speed packet access plus (HSPA+) networks to 56 new markets, while Verizon Wireless is closing in on its 100-market milestone for long-term evolution (LTE). A VZW spokesman today...
AT&T debuts LTE devices as network nears go-time
AT&T has yet to offer anything more specific than "later this summer," regarding the timing of its long-awaited 4G LTE rollout. But today it introduced two LTE devices, the USBConnect Momentum 4G and the AT&T Mobile Hotspot Elevate 4G, suggesting that the rollout date is nearing. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs ...
Verizon Innovation Center aims to unleash LTE`s full potential
Though Verizon Wireless didn’t exactly open the doors of its new Innovation Center in Waltham, Mass., for the first time today, it did have a coming out party of sorts. For the last 20 months, Verizon and its vendors’ engineers have squirreled themselves away in the center’s labs, inviting every manner of entrepreneur, developer and tinkerer to test out their applications, gadgets and ideas on a...
LG Telecom`s new CDMA-LTE network offers a glimpse of Sprint`s future
For a sneak peak of Sprint’s new Network Vision architecture, one needs only look over the Pacific at the multi-radio network Samsung just deployed for LG Telecom’s U+ in Korea. LG, which is in the rather odd position of buying equipment from a company it competes with in many other industries, turned on its CDMA network this month, but plans to have long-term evolution (LTE) built on the...
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