Saginaw, MI – SpeedConnect, a premium wireless broadband provider offering services designed to support high usage demands, announced today it will launch a 4G network,
United Mobile has unveiled UConnect, a cross-platform software with intuitive interfaces to discover, customize, control and connect to LTE and WiMAX networks.
EION Wireless, a Canadian manufacturer of broadband wireless products, has acquired the WiMAX business unit from Aviat Networks.
WiMAX service provider, Clearwire has announced its plan to add "LTE Advanced-ready" technology to its 4G network.
Sprint has made WiMAX available to Wholesale customers. Sprint is offering Wholesale customers the Sierra Wireless 250U 3G/4G data card and HTC Detail 3G/4G handset.
RCR Wireless Speaks with Ron Resnick President and Chairman, WiMAX Forum, at Huawei's 2011 WiMAX & LTEi Forum on the future of 4G technologies.
Samsung has been selected by Japan’s telecom operator KDDI to supply LTE solutions. KDDI plans to launch a commercial LTE service in 2012.
LightSquared Inc. has reached a 15-year deal with Sprint to share network expansion costs and equipment, and to provide high-speed wireless service to the phone company.
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
UK regulator Ofcom has said that 4G mobile technology will deliver more than 200% of the capacity of existing 3G technologies, using the same amount of spectrum.
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