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2007-05-17 WiMAX rival to see action in Beijing Olympics
China Netcom said it will deploy McWiLL, a rival WiMAX technology for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.
2007-01-19 China preps WiMAX rival for Olympics
China is testing a potential rival to WiMAX that may see its debut in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
2007-01-24 WiMAX trails in 4G race
WiMAX won't grab the brass ring as the technology that defines 4G cellular systems, but it is likely to capture a healthy minority stake in that emerging sector
2007-03-01 Minor role awaits WiMAX in next-gen cellular
WiMAX won't grab the brass ring as the technology that defines 4G cellular systems but it is likely to capture a healthy minority stake in that emerging sector and could help bring Internet access to a new-gen of consumer devices
2010-06-18 Backers push for improved Mobile WiMAX speed, efficiency
WiMAX backers have created a proposal on enhancements to the IEEE 802.16e mobile WiMAX standard for submission into the next WiMAX Forum certification release
2009-06-24 Alliance pushes for WiMAX patent pool
The Open Patent Alliance has issued a call for patents in an effort to put up a WiMAX patent pool
2008-03-04 ABI: Mobile WiMAX head start over LTE, UMB narrows
Even though mobile WiMAX has a time-to-market advantage over rival 4G contenders, LTE and UMB, delays in certifications by the WiMAX Forum (coupled with delays in network rollouts) could narrow that window of opportunity.
2013-01-24 Global LTE subscribers in 2013 to grow twofold
Since being adopted in 2010 with just 612,000 users, LTE has grown by a factor of 22 to 13.2 million subscribers in 2011, and then jumping another 599 per cent in 2012 to nearly 100 million subscribers.
2007-10-11 AT&T secures 700MHz licenses for $2.5B
Ensuring its leverage on the January auction of the 700MHz licenses, AT&T announced Tuesday that it will pick up a wide swath of the spectrum from Aloha Partners for $2.5 billion.
2009-03-03 Intel vs. Qualcomm
For a long time, Intel counted Advanced Micro Devices as its chief rival. These days, it's looking more like Intel and Qualcomm will be going mano-a-mano
2007-09-17 What's next in cellphone design?
Cellular telephony has beenand will continue to bea major contributor to the growth of Asian economies. This article discusses the future of cellphone design.
2008-01-07 Top 10 stories to keep track this year
ChannelWeb assembled a panel of industry experts comprising vendors, analysts and solution providers to discuss what they think will be the most important chip stories to watch in 2008.
2009-04-22 Samsung UMPC packs broadband connectivity
The Samsung SPH-P9000 features a Windows XP-based PC melded into something closer to an overgrown smart phone format and packs WiBro connectivity,
2006-03-01 Rivals jockey for 4G LEAD
Intel and Qualcomm both recently edged forward in the broadband wireless race. The stakes: who gets to define the underpinnings of the 4G wireless networks that will give mobile users multimegabit links.
2007-05-31 Nokia says Qualcomm spat clouds 3G progress
Nokia has warned that its ongoing patent row with Qualcomm could affect 3G mobile technology's adoption rate.
2006-12-06 Mandating China mobile TV spec, bad move
China's move to force-feed a new mobile TV standard is a bad move and adds further pressure to implement some sort of mobile TV service by the 2008 Summer Olympics.
2007-04-20 Intel to boost performance of mobile PCs
Intel has outlined its plans into next year for its mobile platform, which promises to boost performance and energy efficiency in notebooks and other Internet-connected devices.
2007-09-03 DSP silicon takes many forms
There are a number of other chips based on DSP technology that people don't call DSP chips.
2009-05-12 Carriers welcome handset surge
While carriers are hungry for new kinds of gadgets to link to their networks, some systems and software designers are not eager to take on the broadening design challenges.
2008-12-10 Analysis: China IC industry battles slowdown
The mad rush to invest on the emerging Chinese semiconductor industry is slowing down. The fever has been in fact cooling since a year ago, well before the credit crisis hit the global market.
2013-06-28 Altair takes on Qualcomm with WiFi with low cost LTE
Altair aims to make its lack of 3G an asset, claiming that its LTE-only chip is smaller and cheaper and modules that are using it are smaller with a lower bill of materials.
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