This week in USA, Clearwire announced plans to test Test both FDD LTE and TDD LTE while MetroPCS says that its LTE plan is on track for this year.
Russian operator Yota claims to stick despite revocation of it's frequencies, MegaFon and Rostelecom have tested LTE in preperation of Sochi 2014.
Telefonica O2 Germany plans to launch two urban LTE networks in Munich and Halle by the end of 2010.
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MegaFon and Rostelecom have successfully tested their Fourth Generation LTE network close to the major Sochi 2014 site, Roza Khutor.
MetroPCS has reported more than three times increase in second-quarter earnings also company saw record subscriber additions.Net income rose to $80 million from $26 million a year earlier.
Clearwire has announced plans to test Test both FDD LTE and TDD LTE in US. In addition Clearwire will test multiple coexistence scenarios between LTE and WiMAX as well.
Russian operator Rostelecom plans to launch the LTE test network in Penza by the end of August.
Harris Corporation, a communications and information technology company, has launched Harris VIDA Broadband LTE, its new solution for broadband mission-critical communications for first responders.
Japanese mobile-phone operator NTT DoCoMo will pay $111.6 million to buy the rest of shares of wireless software company PacketVideo.
Russian regulator Roskomnadzor has revoked permission to use some of the frequencies issued to Scartel (brand Yota) to build LTE network reportedly due to violation of the law, according to a repor
AT&T has chosen Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, and Juniper Networks as its Domain Suppliers for IP/MPLS/Ethernet/Evolved Packet Core equipment needed for its IP-based network.
Telefonica O2 Germany plans to launch two urban LTE networks in Munich and Halle by the end of 2010. Company is using 2.6 GHz spectrum in these areas.
Public Safety Agencies have selected Motorola to build 700 MHz LTE Network in San Francisco Bay Area.
Mobile operator GSM Kazakhstan/Kcell has announced installation of LTE base station for demonstration.
NTT DOCOMO has announced the brand name and logo of its forthcoming LTE service for the Japanese market, which is scheduled to launch in December.