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Clearwire, Sprint fight no more
Sprint (NYSE:S) and Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) have kissed and made up, announcing today new wholesale agreements that commit Sprint to using Clearwire’s WiMAX network regardless of what other mobile broadband paths Sprint pursues—at least for the next two years. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room ...
Will iTunes and Android Market go the way of the carrier portal?
LAS VEGAS – Covering Mobile Connections this week it was easy to get the impression that platform app stores like the iTunes and Android Market have reached the end of their usefulness. It’s probably way to early to say, but we may be witnessing the beginning of a trend in which first developers and then consumers start abandoning the big platform marketplaces for independent application portals...
BelAir stakes its claim in small cells
Wireless vendors have spent the last few months furiously unveiling their small cell strategies, proclaiming a future network where a layer of tightly packed cells below the macro network feeds the growing hunger for mobile data capacity. But while Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE:ALU) talks up lightRadio, Nokia Siemens Networks (NYSE:NOK, NYSE:SI) gushes over Liquid Radio and Huawei promotes its microcell...
Adva aims to create new product category--carrier Ethernet edge gateway
ADVA Optical Networking said a new product it announced this week is likely to create an entirely new product category, which the company is calling a carrier Ethernet edge gateway. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room The product, known as the FSP 150 EG-X, is...
FCC gets the ball rolling on AT&T-T-Mobile review
The AT&T-T-Mobile reality show has officially begun. The FCC kicked off proceedings today, filing its first public notice (FCC: WT Docket No. 11-65) pertaining to AT&T’s (NYSE:T) proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom (NYSE:DT). More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room ...
Huawei, Moto settle, paving the way for NSN buyout this month
Huawei’s trade secrets are secrets no more. The Chinese vendor has settled its ongoing dispute with Motorola Solutions (NYSE:MSI) over intellectual property Moto had access to from a decade-old infrastructure partnership (CP: Huawei suit creates problems for NSN-Motorola deal). The settlement clears the way for Nokia Siemens Networks’ (NYSE:NOK, NYSE:SI) renegotiated acquisition of most of...
Verizon now has seven rural LTE partners, vindicating McAdams’ vision
When Verizon Wireless launched its rural LTE program early last year, the company’s then-CEO Lowell McAdam appeared to be closely involved in the program, potentially putting his own reputation on the line depending on the program’s success (CP: Behind Verizon Wireless’ rural buildout plan). McAdam has since moved into the Verizon COO position, where he is being groomed to replace Ivan Seidenberg...
Analysis: WiMAX`s commitment problem
It’s not just that the WiMAX keeps losing adherents—it’s that it keeps losing the wrong ones. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room The WiMAX Forum counts 582 operators globally in its ranks. It can afford a few defections to long-term evolution (LTE). But its most...
Analysis: A closer look at BTIG`s 4G speed tests
BTIG Research’s recent tests of Verizon Wireless and Sprint’s 4G networks is causing quite the dust-up. If you haven’t seen the results, BTIG summarizes them on its site (registration required), but they basically boil down to VZW’s long-term evolution (LTE) network kicking the pants off Sprint’s Clearwire-provided WiMAX service in both smartphone and laptop card tests within a building in New...
SaskTel prepares seven-year FTTP, 4G project
Canada’s SaskTel this week announced it is embarking on a seven-year, $670 million fiber-to-the-premises project and 4G wireless upgrade aimed at the nine-largest markets in the Saskatchewan province. The news from the Canadian independent telco came as at least three of its indie brethren in the U.S. announced vendor selections on their own broadband projects. ...
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