ITU has completed the assessment of six candidate submissions for the global 4G mobile wireless broadband technology, otherwise known as IMT-Advanced.
Aptilo Networks has announced plans to add LTE to its portfolio of service management and policy control solutions for operators.
More than four years into commercial service in South Korea, WiBro has yet to live up to its hype, with KT and SK Telecom combined reaching just under 400,000 subscribers at the end of Q2 2010.
Motorola and Nokia have entered into a 4G license agreement that extends the companies’ existing intellectual property licensing agreement to include 4G cellular technologies, such as LTE, WiMAX an
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.
Broadcom Corporation has announced acquisition of Beceem Communications, a privately-held company that is a provider of 4G wireless platform solutions.
Alvarion and Canada's rural broadband internet provider Barrett Xplore have announced plans to deploy the 4G WiMAX network in Canada.
In an industry that makes a habit out of squabbling over technology standards, the move to 4G wireless networks is no different.
The discussion about how 4G is different or enabling compared to 3G should start with a few guideposts:
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