This week, Tele2 & Telenor announced plans to roll out LTE in Sweden by year end while Zain Kuwait is experimenting with LTE. IPWireless and Altair Semiconductor announced a partnership to develop a suite of multi-band LTE modem products that will support key frequency band.
Further Russian regulator Roskomnadzor announced that Russian operators Scartel and Rostelecom can use their existing WiMAX radio frequencies for deploying LTE networks.
Follow the links below for more LTE news this week.
Russia's top three mobile operators MTS, MegaFon & VimpelCom have asked the Communications Ministry not to allow the distribution of LTE-frequency on non-competitive basis as companies mi
According to a new In-Stat report small cell base stations—femtocells, picocells, and microcells—are going to have a large role in this deployment strategy.
LteWorld had the opportunity to interview Eran Eshed , Co-Founder and VP of Marketing and Business Development at Altair, a leading developer of ultra-low power, small footprint and high perf
Sagem Wireless and ST-Ericsson will collaborate on the development of multimode LTE/HSPA+ reference designs, devices and modules.
Russian telecommunications regulator Roskomnadzor announced that Russian Wimax operator Scartel and national operator Rostelecom can use their existing radio frequencies for deploying LTE networks.
IPWireless and Altair Semiconductor have announced a partnership to develop a suite of multi-band LTE modem products that will support key frequency bands ideally suited to global LTE deployments.
The Indian government has allotted spectrum to four operators paving the way for starting high-speed mobile broadband.
Mobile service provider, Zain Kuwait is experimenting with LTE and have achived 150 mb/s download speed.
According to a new ABI Research report 2011 will be the year of LTE, as both Verizon Wireless in the United States and NTT DoCoMo in Japan are expected to begin wide-scale roll-outs by the end of 2
Nokia & Renesas Electronics have forming a strategic business alliance to develop modem technologies for HSPA+/LTE and its evolution.
Swedish telecom operator Tele2 & Norwegian partner Telenor plan to launch 4G LTE network in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmo, Karlskrona and Lund cities this year.