This week TeliaSonera Sweden launched commercial LTE services in Malmo and Vodafone Germany announced it's expansion plans in Europe. Kenya's Safaricom is set to start LTE trial within next two months.
Alcatel-Lucent claimed industry's first data call using a LTE wireless broadband network operating at Band 14. See links below for more ...
Deutsche Telekom is showing LTE technology in action at IFA 2010. Visitors to the stand can try out the 4G technology for themselves in a showcase and discover its advantages.
TeliaSonera Sweden (Telia) has launched commercial LTE services in Malmo, the fourth city to receive 4G coverage in Sweden. There are now 228 locations in the Telia's deployment plan.
Alcatel-Lucent says that it has made industry's first data call using a LTE wireless broadband network operating at Band 14, the spectrum earmarked for public safety agencies in the United States.
Vodafone Germany, which is expected to launch LTE network in late September, has announced it's expansion plans at a press conference at the IFA in Berlin.
Kenya's Safaricom is expected to start LTE trial within next two months. The roll out will be carried out by Huawei Technologies.
Russian operator Scartel (brand Yota) has announced that it has built 4G LTE network in Kazan.
Clearwire has launched Rover, a pre paid mobile broadband service which works on company's 4G WiMAX network. The Rover brand is mainly designed to attract young adults.
Deutsche Telekom's first LTE base station is fully operational in Kyritz/Brandenburg, Germany. In Kyritz, 800 MHz spectrum is used to provide efficient broadband coverage of rural areas.
Telefonica O2 is testing LTE in the region of Banska Bystrica, Slovakia. The exercise will run until 31 August 2010. O2 is using 2.66 GHz frequency spectrum for tests.
Intel has announced its plan to acquire Infineon Technologies AGâ€™s Wireless Solutions business in a cash deal valued at about USD 1.4 billion.
Intel, which is a supporter of WiMAX, has said it will embrace competing platform LTE when it is widely available globally, according to PTI.