LightReadingTV - Nils Rix, Bharti Airtel's senior vice president, planning and engineering, talks about the operator's decision to use LTEi TDD technology to build out its Broadband Wireless Access (BW
The government of India is planning to make 160 MHz of spectrum available next year for telecom operators for deploying broadband wireless access (BWA) services across
3.7 million new BWA/WiMAX subscribers were added in Q4 2010, and 5.5 million will be added throughout 2011, according to the 14th issue of the 4GCounts Quarterly Report
PTI, India - An association of senior officials of state-owned BSNL has demanded a probe into the allocation of broadband spectrum to the company, saying that it is not
The second half of 2010 in India was abuzz with discussion of several possiblities for BWA licensees regarding whether to deploy TD-LTE, WiMAX, or a hybrid-type network
Qualcomm, which won BWA spectrum for four circles in India at Rs 4,913 crore, is in talks to exit the business. BWA auction took place earlier this year and concluded in June.
According to the latest 4Gcounts Quarterly Report (Issue 12), the BWA/WiMAX industry could reach up to 13 million subscribers by the end of the year, up from 9 million reported in Q2 2010.
DELHI, India--(BUSINESS WIRE)--WiMAX Forum Conference â€“ Beceem Communications, a leading provider of 4G semiconductor solutions, announced a technological breakthrough that enables its BCSi500 chip
India's state owned telco MTNL plans to invite private players for network deployment of broadband WiMAX services on a revenue sharing basis.
The Indian government has allotted spectrum to four operators paving the way for starting high-speed mobile broadband.
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