Data traffic levels are rising inexorably, as a smart new generation of terminal devices drives uptake of bandwidth-hungry services delivered over todayâ€™s mobile broadband networks.
Revenue from mobile broadband cards (standard PC cards and embedded cards) grew 6% in 1Q10 over 4Q09 to $1.55 billion worldwide, according to Infonetics Research Report.
The VoLGA Forum has announced a set of new features for delivering mobile voice and SMS services over LTE. New features included are:
Japanese mobile operator eMobile has pre-launched its new mobile broadband network using Ericsson's equipments with HSPA+ technology, that claims to support downlink peak data rate of 42 Mbps.
Nokia & Renesas Electronics have forming a strategic business alliance to develop modem technologies for HSPA+/LTE and its evolution.
Recently awarded 3G and Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) licences in India will help accelerate the much-needed deployment of Mobile Broadband networks and services across the country, however addit
Mobile broadband market update report presented by the Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) at CommunicAsia 2010, Singapore, June 15-18 2010
Ericsson has planned to demonstrate LTE with a speed of 150 Mbps and HSPA Evolution with up to 84 Mbps at their local offices in Johannesburg, South Africa from 21 June â€“ 16 July, according to
ST-Ericsson was present at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, shaping the future at Computex in Taipei, Taiwan 2010. The largest computer exhibition in Asia and this year its 30th anniversary.
Bahrain operator Batelco and Ericsson have inked a contract to enhance its mobile network.
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