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TIA 2011: Verizon to offload 3G/4G data through free Wi-Fi hotspots
This story is part of Connected Planet`s coverage of TIA 2011: Inside the Network, in Dallas, May 17-20. Read all the stories this week at More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room DALLAS – Verizon Wireless...
IMS software bug caused Verizon LTE outage
A software bug in Verizon Wireless’ IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) architecture caused last month’s 4G network outage, shutting off access to VZW’s long-term evolution (LTE) and 3G networks for hundreds of thousands of subscribers for at least 24 hours (CP: Verizon LTE back online), Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) chief technology officer Tony Melone said today. ...
Mavenir platform allows operators to pick their VoLTE flavor
Mavenir today announced it is supporting circuit-switch fallback in its voice-over-long-term evolution (VoLTE) platform, offering up an option to mobile operators that can’t or don’t want to make the transition to IP telephony voice services over their new LTE networks right away. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing...
Are we witnessing the resurgence of Sprint?
Sprint (NYSE:S) has been the wireless industry’s whipping boy for the last several years, and for good reason. Ever since its acquisition of Nextel, Sprint has been on a steady path of decline. It’s shed customers and reported a steady stream of losses. Its once vaunted 4G strategy stalled as it outsourced its mobile broadband network to Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) and watched the WiMAX ecosystem...
Nvidia eyeing a bigger footprint in the smartphone
Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) is buying wireless modem maker Icera for $367 million, propelling the graphics card and smart-device applications processor maker further into the hardware stack of the phone. Nvidia expects the deal to close in 30 days, after which it will be able to sell the core connectivity silicon for phones and tablets as well as the processors that run their graphics and apps. ...
American blessings: ALU Q1 growth driven by U.S. wireless sales
North America is being good to wireless vendors. Like its arch-competitor Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC), Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE:ALU) saw a huge boost in North American sales driven by mobile broadband equipment sales. As Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ, NYSE:VOD) and AT&T (NYSE:T) rollout massive long-term evolution (LTE) networks and Sprint (NYSE:S) modernizes its CDMA network, North America is...
U.S. Cellular fast-tracks LTE network, deploying Ericsson gear
Facing its own surge in smartphone and adoption and data use, U.S. Cellular (NYSE:USM) is moving up its long-term evolution (LTE) deployment. It now plans to launch LTE in 24 markets covering 25% to 30% of its subscriber base. Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) will be the sole supplier for the first phase of the rollout—giving it yet another U.S. LTE win—though U.S. Cellular may pick a second vendor for the...
Clearwire hints at LTE build with Sprint
During Clearwire’s (NASDAQ:CLWR) Q1 earnings call Wednesday, interim CEO John Stanton said Clearwire is in discussions with primary shareholder Sprint (NYSE:S) about hanging Clearwire’s future mobile broadband networks off of Sprint’s new technology-agnostic radio architecture. But Stanton said nothing about whether those potential networks would be WiMAX. ...
Nokia Siemens-Motorola integration begins
Less than week after its $975 million acquisition of Motorola Networks closed (CP: After 15 months, NSN-Moto deal finalized), Nokia Siemens Networks (NYSE:NOK, NYSE:SI) has begun integrating the two vendors product portfolios, beginning with GSM. NSN has already developed a solution that will allow Motorola’s GSM base stations to interwork with NSN’s Flexi base station controllers, which will...
Clearwire cancels Rover prepaid service
Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) is putting its Rover prepaid service on ice after experimenting with the youth-targeted brand for eight months. Clearwire will continue to support and sell the Rover’s two products, the Puck Wi-Fi router and a WiMAX-only USB dongle, but it’s doing away with the daily, weekly and monthly prepaid plans that accompanied them, folding the service into its primary Clear brand...
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