Ericsson signs LTE patent deals

Mon Jun 22, 2009, STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Swedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson has signed its first license agreements for LTE technology patents, allowing other companies to use the technology, an Ericsson official said on Monday.

Netcom and Huawei unveil latest LTE network trial developments

Monday, 22 June 2009, Following the announcement earlier this month of the world’s first mobile broadband internet connection on a live commercial Long Term Evolution (LTE) network in Oslo, Netcom and

Tensilica Announces New High-Performance ConnX Communications DSP Family for LTE and 4G SOC Designs

SANTA CLARA, CA -- 06/22/09 -- Tensilica,® Inc. today introduced a new family of high-performance communications DSP (digital signal processors) IP (intellectual property) cores -- the ConnX DSP family -- that include standard cores, click-box configurable options or a starting point for customized Xtensa® LX DPUs (dataplane processor units) for SOC (system-on-chip) designs.

Chinese vendors shine in early LTE trials, Intel stresses WiMAX lead

By CAROLINE GABRIEL Published: 22 June, 2009

The Chinese vendors have labored too long under the market perception that they deliver low cost equipment, but can't do cutting edge.

Nortel to sell CDMA, LTE to NSN for US$650 mln

NEW YORK, June 19 (Reuters) - Nortel Networks (NT.TO) said on Friday that it will sell its CDMA business and LTE wireless technology assets to Nokia Siemens Networks [NSN.UL] for US$650 million and th

Huawei and Netcom Showcase "Live" Commercial LTE Services

Huawei and Netcom ( subsidiary of TeliaSonera in Norway ) today announced a successful showcase of "live" services over the world' s first commercial LTE ( Long Term Evolution ) network in Oslo, Norway after the world's first mobile broadband Internet connection was achieved early this month.

A Dozen Operators Launching LTE Services in 2010, Says ABI Research

he tally of wireless operators committed to deploying LTE (Long Term Evolution) networks and offering LTE-based services to their subscribers in 2010 has climbed to at least 12, according to a major new study from ABI Research.

Huawei and TeliaSonera achieve world’ s first LTE mobile broadband connection

Huawei and TeliaSonera/Netcom have announced the world’s first mobile broadband Internet connection over a live commercial LTE network in Oslo, Norway.

SAI Launches 4G End-to-End LTE UE and LTE eNodeB System Technologies

SAI Technology Inc. (SAI), a leading developer of advanced wireless and security technology solutions, announced it has introduced the world's first complete end-to-end LTE (Long Term Evolution) software protocol stack (PDCP, RLC, RRC, MAC & PHY-MAC API's) and system infrastructure software that is openly available to customers and development partners.

LTE Becomes Real, 3G Gaining Ground

Despite the buzz about LTE, only 11% of total cellular subscriptions worldwide are 3G, according to market research and consultancy In-Stat. By 2013, the percentage will rise to 28%. Meanwhile, LTE is moving beyond talk and into real contract awards.

UTRA-UTRAN Long Term Evolution (LTE) and 3GPP System Architecture Evolution (SAE)

Initiated in 2004, the Long Term Evolution (LTE) project focused on enhancing the Universal Terrestrial Radio Access (UTRA) and optimizing 3GPP’s radio access architecture.

CTIA 2009 Motorola Migration of Cellular Networks to LTE Demo

Migration route for existing CDMA and GSM customers to LTE. Includes a demonstration of CDMA/LTE Video Data Session hand-over.

DTV transition arrives, LTE poised to roll out

After months of delay, the transition to digital television (DTV) has arrived and those companies that purchased broadcasters' 700 MHz spectrum--namely AT&T and Verizon Wireless--are ready to begi

From 3G to LTE: Radio Access Networks Will Drive Mobile Revenue Growth in Latin America, Finds Pyramid

Radio access networks will evolve to provide solid platforms for new services and applications, making mobile broadband the main driver of revenue growth for mobile operators in Latin America, accordi

Is T-Mobile in the Same Camp as China Mobile, NTT DoCoMo and Verizon Wireless When it Comes to Urgently Developing LTE?

With more and more telecom giants moving into LTE camp compared to WiMAX there seems to be a sense of urgency out there in regards to LTE development.