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2006-07-01 Large NFC trial under way in Seoul
Philips Semiconductors and SK Telecom, Korea's leading telecom service provider, have agreed to cooperate on a large-scale, six-month field trial for near-field communication in Seoul, Korea.
2009-06-11 WiMAX patent alliance welcomes new members
Building on worldwide 4G WiMAX momentum, Beceem Communications, GCT Semiconductor, Sequans Communications and UQ Communications have joined the Open Patent Alliance (OPA).
2013-10-18 Ultra-high-res display makers switch to metal-oxide TFTs
The expensive low-temperature polysilicon process has prompted the ultra-high-res display industry to move to metal oxide TFTs.
2007-02-01 Staccato, SK Telecom push for UWB in PANs
Staccato and SK Telecom, are staking out new territory in the development of PANs using UWB technology, teaming up to implement a mobile-phone UWB solution that can be used simultaneously for Bluetooth, higher-bandwidth UWB and multipoint WiNet services.
2007-02-20 SK Telecom, WJ ink RFID agreement
WJ Communications Inc. announced that it has entered into an agreement with South Korea's SK Telecom to develop RFID solutions designed for cellular mobile handsets.
2006-05-29 Philips, SK Telecom partner for NFC trial in Seoul
Philips Semiconductors and SK Telecom have agreed to cooperate on a large-scale, six-month field trial for Near Field Communication technology in Seoul, Korea in June.
2005-12-27 Nortel, Option demo HSDPA at 3.6Mbps
Option and Nortel Networks have completed demonstrating HSDPA data card calls reaching wireless transmission rates of 3.6Mbps, faster than current broadband connections.
2007-05-23 Lack of 3G killer apps prompts return to 2G
Industry watchers attribute the increasing number of 3G mobile subscribers in South Korea reverting to 2G to lack of killer 3G applications.
2013-04-03 Carrier-grade small cells to top consumer femtocells by 2016
Based on weak shipment data in 2012, Mobile Experts predicted slow growth for residential femtocells at 12 per cent per year while five million metrocells are forecast to be shipped in 2017.
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