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2004-06-02 Asia's online gaming market to hit $1 billion by 2005
Asia's online gaming market is set to surpass $1 billion by next year, with most growth coming from China and South Korea, according to market estimates.
2009-09-25 Altech, Seacom forge strategic alliance
Through the alliance Altech secures the East African region for the distribution of much needed bandwidth.
2004-03-30 Alcatel, Intel announce alliance for WiMAX
Alcatel and Intel have formed a strategic alliance for the definition, standardization, development, integration and marketing of WiMAX end-to-end solutions.
2005-08-05 Alcatel, Amdocs to team on IPTV
France-based telecom supplier Alcatel and software and services supplier Amdocs are teaming on a platform solution to help communications service providers deploy Internet Protocol or IP-based television (IPTV) and other next generation broadband IP services
2005-07-11 Alcatel to invest $600 million in India
France's Alcatel is to invest about $600 million in India over the next few years, according to the Indian communications and information technology minister, Dayanidhi Maran.
2014-12-11 Affordable Ultra-HDTV services made possible by G.fast
The Broadband Forum announced its support for G.fast, the latest ITU-T ultra broadband access standard, which promises to dramatically boost the performance of digital transmission over telephone wires.
2012-02-10 42Mb/s DC-HSPA+ expands, more being deployed
DSA stated that 483 operators have committed to deploy HSPA systems in 181 countries while more than 41 percent of HSPA operators have commercially launched HSPA+.
2009-01-21 3G dongles, datacards see promising uptake in Asia
According to Frost & Sullivan, as Asia's 3G subscriber base is expected to top 564 million, 3G dongle services and datacards see a promising uptake to complement the mobile broadband offerings in the region
2011-02-08 10G EPON SoC tip 10x more bandwidth
Atheros debuts a 10G Ethernet passive optical networking (EPON) SoC solution tagreting broadband access, mobile backhaul and cable uplink applications.
2008-10-13 'Smart lighting' efforts ease congestion in RF bands
A 'smart lighting' initiative being funded by the government seeks to piggyback wireless communications capabilities into future LED lighting installations to offer more broadband access points.
2010-04-05 ZTE taps Qualcomm modem for CDMA2000 femtocells
ZTE and Qualcomm entered into a development agreement around femtocell technology, allowing ZTE to access Qualcomm's Femtocell Station Modem chipset to develop CDMA2000 femtocell products
2002-10-25 Zarlink expands analog IC lineup
Zarlink Semiconductor will introduce a series of analog ICs targeting high-speed communications apps such as cellular and fixed wireless networks.
2015-12-22 WRC-15 spectrum decisions reach consensus
There was lively interest in and a surprisingly high level of agreement in deliberations around the fate of the 700MHz and sub-700MHz bands during the recent WRC-15.
2008-09-18 Wireless firm targets to bridge WiMAX, LTE
Continuous Computing Inc. has unveiled a hardware and software suite to allow network operators to upgrade from 3G to 4G wireless broadband
2005-09-01 WiMAX wireless: A tale of two markets
WiMAX hype has led to unrealistic expectations, not only in device capabilities, but also in the future of the market.
2006-07-04 WiMAX subscribers to reach 13M in India by 2012
According to research firms Maravedis Research and Tonse Telecom, there will be 13 million WiMAX subscribers in India by 2012.
2008-05-09 WiMAX gets boost from Sprint-Clearwire venture
Clearwire, the new company formed from the merger of the wireless broadband businesses of Sprint Nextel and Clearwire, will focus on expediting the deployment of the first nationwide mobile WiMAX network in the United States
2004-06-07 WiMAX Forum to address global regulatory issues
The WiMAX Forum has formed a regulatory working group in order to gain availability to spectrum for broadband wireless systems worldwide
2008-05-16 WiMAX delivers TV to cellphones
Executives believe that WiMAX could deliver the last mile of wireless broadband service as an alternative to cable and DSL, beginning with network deployment in 2009
2005-03-28 WiMAX at competitive crossroads, researcher claims
WiMAX wireless broadband has the potential to grow rapidly yet it remains at a crossroads because it faces serious competition from other technologies, according to a study released by market research firm Maravedis
2005-12-01 WiMAX advantages bring about new challenges
As WLAN engineers tackle this emerging standard, they face many system considerations, especially in RF architectures.
2005-04-25 WiFi, WiMAX to drive wireless cap ex to $29.3 billion by 2008, says TIA
Wi-Fi and WiMAX infrastructure revenue is expected to reach $5.2 billion and $115 million respectively in 2005, according to the Telecommunications Industry Association's 2005 Telecommunications Market Review and Forecast.
2006-07-04 WiBro launched in South Korea
South Korea's WiBro mobile broadband Internet service was launched last week, said the Ministry of Information and Communication
2002-09-18 Wi-LAN, Fujitsu Micro to codevelop SoC for wireless apps
Fujitsu Microelectronics America Inc. and Wi-LAN Inc. have partnered to codevelop SoCs aimed for broadband wireless applications
2008-09-15 Web content on TV is just a click away
The long-awaited invasion of the living-room TV set by Internet content is finally here, according to a panel of search-engine wizards at the first day of the International Broadcast Convention (IBC).
2006-08-01 Voting exposes cracks in IEEE process
The IEEE's temporary suspension of activities at the 802.20 Mobile Broadband Wireless Access Working Group has unmasked festering policy problems within the broader 802 standards effort.
2005-07-21 VoIP market to hit $4 billion by 2010, says report
The North American voice over IP (VoIP) is on the brink of a phenomenal growth spurt over the next six years, driven by the pervasiveness of broadband Internet access and the availability of low-cost VoIP services, according to Frost & Sulllivan.
2009-11-18 VMS MobiFone brings 3G to Vietnam
The telecom operator has picked Nokia Siemens Networks to supply the packet switched core network and IP backbone.
2009-12-07 Vinaphone provides 3G to 5M Vietnam users
Vinaphone will undertake 3G core network expansion using Nokia Siemens Networks' packet core solutions.
2007-10-16 VDSL2/ADSL2+ chipset suits triple-play apps
The 5411/5120 chipset from Thomson enables simultaneous VDSL2 and ADSL2+ connectivity while serving triple-play applications such as broadband Internet, TV and telephone
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