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After 15 months, NSN-Moto deal finalized
Nokia Siemens Networks (NYSE:NOK, NYSE:SI) closed its acquisition of Motorola Solutionsí (NYSE:MSS) commercial networks group after more than a year of regulatory wrangling and fending off challenges from competitor Huawei (CP: Huawei, Moto settle paving the way for NSN buyout). As of today, NSN takes over the groups 6900 employees and 50 wireless infrastructure contracts globally, and finds...
Sprint ARPU jumps--is WiMAX the reason?
Sprint (NYSE:S) still isnít reporting WiMAX subscribers, but it did report one metric during its Q1 earnings call to indicate itís seeing success with its mobile broadband and 4G smartphone services: postpaid average revenue per subscriber (ARPU) is increasing, which could only be driven by data services. More on this Topic Industry News ...
Rogers aiming for first LTE network in Canada
Rogers Communications (NYSE:RCI) looks to be the first Canadian operator out of the gate with long-term evolution (LTE) networks. It announced Wednesday it would launch LTE mobile broadband networks in four major Canadian cities by the end of the year, expanding to 25 markets in 2012. Rogers tapped long-time network partner Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) for the job. ...
LTE, HSPA, outsourcing drive up Ericsson`s North American revenues 39%
The triumvirate of long-term evolution (LTE), high speed packet access (HSPA) and outsourced network management bolstered another big quarter for Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) in North America, making the region a major contributor to its global growth. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room ...
Why Verizon should acquire Sprint (or at least try)
Recently I was talking with a friend in the industry about AT&Tís (NYSE:T) proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA (NYSE:DT). The conversation turned to whether this gargantuan deal would ever be approved, and my friend made this observation: More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room ...
Technical Advisory Committee: Eight easy ways the FCC can help fuel broadband deployment
When the Federal Communications Commission created a technical advisory committee last fall, it charged the committee with coming up with recommendations to enhance innovation, create jobs and increase competition that the commission could put in place without requiring a rulemaking. Today the committee released what it calls a ďmid-term reportĒ that includes eight recommendations aimed at...
Verizon rides iPhone boom too; but what about LTE?
There are two conclusions that can be drawn from Verizon Wireless and AT&Tís Q1 earnings calls this week. The first is that there was obviously no huge exodus of iPhone users from AT&T to Verizon. The second is that style is taking precedence over speed in the minds of consumers. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs ...
Willingness to lay fiber likely helped Level 3 win Verizon LTE backhaul business
Level 3ís willingness to install fiber to cellsites was probably a significant factor in winning backhaul business to support Verizon Wirelessís LTE rolloutóa key win for Level 3 announced today. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room The backhaul infrastructure that...
AT&T sails through loss of iPhone exclusivity
Verizonís launch of the iPhone this quarter, ending AT&Tís run of exclusivity here in the U.S., did not upend AT&Tís financial performance, though the ripples of its impact will likely still be felt for some time. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room AT&T said...
LightSquared momentum continues with Cellular South deal
Despite the looming regulatory threat to its future long-term evolution (LTE) network deployment, LightSquared continues to sign up wholesale customers and partners, today adding Cellular South to its growing roster. As in its deal with Open Range Communications, LightSquaredís tie-up with Cellular South will involve both a network sharing and a wholesale component. ...
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