In Chile regulator announced spectrum launch in December, while Polish regulator gave permission to CenterNet and Mobyland to start LTE trials, for more check links below
Posted on 20 August 2010
Telekom Austria is satisfied with its HSPA+ network and expects the LTE roll-out to begin within several years, according to CFO Hans Tschuden in an interview with Total Telecom.
Chile's telecoms watchdog Subtel plans to launch auction for 4G LTE spectrum in the 2.6 GHz band inn December and expects to conclude it by mid-2011, reports bnamericas.
Motorola has received $50.6 million in grant funding from the Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) to build public-safety LTE network in San Fr
Vietnam telecom regulator the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) has allowed FPT Telecom to test LTE in Hanoi and HCM City within one year, according to Vietnamnet.
Texas Energy Network (TEN) has annnounced plans to deploy 4G technology to benefit Oil and Gas companies growing data requirements.
Alcatel-Lucent on Wednesday said they are in talks with various service providers, including Reliance Industries and Tikona Digital Networks for deploying infrastructure for mobile broadband servic
LightSquared, that wants to build a new nationwide 4G-LTE wireless broadband network integrated with satellite coverage, has initiated Phase 1 of a Cooperation Agreement between Inmarsat and LightS
Polish telecom regulator, Office of Electronic Communications (UKE) has given permission to Polish cellular operators CenterNet and Mobyland to set up LTE test transmitters for LTE trials.
The Brazilian telecommunications regulator ANATEL has adopted spectrum re-farming of the 2.6GHz band, allowing the use of this spectrum for deployment of next-generation Mobile Broadband services.
Motorola has announced that it has passed China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) 2.3 GHz full feature set lab trial with a 100 percent pass rate.
Mobile data offloading is expected to increase to 48% by 2015 from 16% of mobile data as currently diverted from mobile networks.
Oman's Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has announced a clarification on Omantel's claimed 4G LTE trials.
Vodafone Germany has launched a website and free hotline to inform consumers and businesses about the possibilities of LTE.