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LTE momentum picking up
  • Spending on LTE infrastructure construction is growing rapidly.

    Last update: Tuesday 21 February 2012 [7 news items]

Global competition for LTE handsets to heat up in 2012, say Taiwan makers

Feb 21, 01:00

As there will be more than 100 mobile telecom carriers around the world to begin commercial operation of LTE (Long Term Evolution) services in 2012, Nokia, Sony Mobile Communications...

Vendors to adopt LTE/3G seamless connectivity chips for dual-mode smartphones

Feb 9, 01:05

Chip design houses including Qualcomm have adopted CSFB (circuit-switch fallback) and SRVCC (single radio voice call continuity) technologies to develop single chips which enable...

China Mobile to set up TD-LTE network in Hong Kong

Feb 8, 10:09

The Hong Kong subsidiary of China Mobile, the largest mobile telecom carrier in China, has acquired 15-year licensed use of 30MHz-bandwidth radio frequency band 2,330-2,360MHz from...

Gemtek to ship over 300,000 LTE devices in 2012

Feb 2, 01:35

Network equipment maker Gemtek Technology expects its shipments of LTE devices to top over 300,000 units in 2012. The company will also begin volume shipments of set-top boxes (STBs)...

LTE infrastructure spending booming, says IHS

Feb 1, 16:14

Global capital spending on LTE technology is projected to reach US$24.3 billion in 2013, nearly triple the US$8.7 billion of 2012, according to IHS iSuppli. LTE infrastructure spending...

Quanta Computer leads in LTE terminal devices among Taiwan makers

Jan 17, 11:28

Quanta Computer has gained the upper hand over other Taiwan-based makers in development and shipments of LTE (Long Term Evolution) terminal devices including handsets, mobile routers...

LTE smartphones to account for 4-5% global shipments in 2012

Jan 16, 11:47

With nearly 50 telecom carriers around the globe having launched LTE services, global shipments of LTE-enabled smartphones are expected to reach 25-30 million units in 2012, accounting...

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