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2008-07-02 Qualcomm brings 3G to Thai health stations
Qualcomm Inc. announced the provision of next generation broadband services, notebook computers and mobile phones to Princess Mother's Medical Volunteer public health stations in the rural areas in nine provinces in Thailand
2008-07-18 Nokia Siemens to conduct HSPA trial in Taiwan
Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom plans to increase the capacity of its 3G network to significantly improve transmission speeds and expand coverage.
2007-10-10 Motorola bags largest WiMAX deal in Taiwan
Motorola has secured two contracts for WiMAX network infrastructure from Far EasTone Telecom, one of Taiwan's largest 2G/3G telecom operators.
2009-02-24 LTE: Up for a test
Long Term Evolution is the next big thing in mobile wireless broadband, but design engineers working on LTE, as well as the more mature WiMAX, have their work cut out for them in testing devices and infrastructure
2008-08-14 LSTI gets Tektronix onboard
Tektronix Communications has joined the LSTI, which is focused on accelerating the availability of commercial and interoperable next generation LTE mobile broadband systems
2008-05-23 Intel's Barrett: Education, not technology, is key to success
Intel Chairman Craig Barrett said global alliances will be the key to getting the next 1 billion people on the Internet and better education is the best way to achieve this goal.
2009-06-09 Intel helps boost WiMAX adoption in Japan
UQ Communications Inc. and Intel Corp. have announced their extended collaboration to promote and expand "UQ WiMAX," the commercially available WiMAX service from UQ Communications in Japan.
2007-12-13 IBM to aid Hollywood's green efforts
Supporting Hollywood's green initiative, IBM announced it is applying its Project Big Green to uniquely address energy efficiency for the media and entertainment industry
2007-04-04 Huawei completes WiMAX trials in Japan
Huawei Technologies announced it has successfully completed two trials of its end-to-end mobile WiMAX solution for Reinan Cable Network Co. Ltd and Beam Planning Corp. in Japan
2009-11-09 GSMA supports Thailand 3G auction
Thailand stands to gain economic and social benefits through a new wave of investment in mobile infrastructure
2010-05-26 Google TV lacks cable, MIPS
Two big pieces were lacking when Google unveiled its picture of the future of integrated Web and TV servicescable TV providers and MIPS Technologies.
2010-04-14 Firms join hands to drive WiMAX 2 adoption
WiMAX silicon suppliers, equipment makers and research organizations have formed a new initiative to accelerate interoperability of WiMAX 2 based upon the 802.16m standard
2007-11-13 3GPP LTE initial tests show promising potential
A trial initiative launched in May has reported the successful delivery of the first in a series of test results aimed at proving the potential and benefits of LTE
2007-03-02 3G to remain more expensive than WiMAX
WiMAX spectrum is set to get more expensive as regulators in different countries start releasing lower frequencies to be used for the mobile version of the broadband access technology
2002-10-15 Japan tackles high-definition storage, transmission
The Japanese goverment has announced the e-Japan initiative to enable the country to catch and surpass the U.S. and South Korea in broadband
2007-11-20 Alcatel, LG report successful LTE test calls
Alcatel-Lucent and LG Electronics have completed Long Term Evolution (LTE) test calls using Alcatel-Lucent's LTE solution and mobile device prototypes from LG
2009-07-10 Voice over LTE faces deployment issues
The Voice-over-LTE via Generic Access (VoLGA) development is at the heart of a divisive issue for mobile operators as they plan LTE deployments
2008-02-01 Saving Moore's Law and reinventing transistors
Intel CEO Paul Otellini talks about surprising performance-per-watt gains from its hafnium transistors, the future of mobile and ultra-mobile devices and of course, all the big issues that affect Intel's channel
2005-07-28 Motorola revs up WiMAX effort to tackle 4G
Nearly hidden in the blizzard of Motorola products announced this week has been evidence of the firm's growing commitment to WiMAX. The wireless standard is shaping up as Motorola's lead dog into the world of 4G mobile wireless communications, even as cell phone service providers struggle to implement 3G networks
2008-07-21 Forum adopts protocol for large-scale femtocell deployments
The Femto Forum has announced that it will implement the Broadband Forum's TR-069 CPE WAN Management Protocol, a worldwide standard for real-time management of customer premises equipment, as the basis for the management protocol for femtocells
2013-01-29 Researchers push for 'Li-Fi' Internet
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council aims to develop LED lighting that could be used broadband communications
2009-06-10 Weighing in on the Intel-Wind River deal
With its acquisition of embedded software provide Wind River Systems Inc., Intel Corp. has unambiguously signaled that it is again attempting to diversify beyond X86 processors. We polled our U.S. and European editors to get their take on the deal.
2010-09-14 Trident, ARM tie-up delivers Web-enabled STBs
The key Web 2.0 and broadcast elements are integrated into an STB platform that lets consumers watch TV, run Internet applications, browse websites and share content.
2015-02-24 Top Google projects in 2015
Many of Google's experiments may seem kooky, but they're really designed to benefit the company's core ad business by bringing more Internet users online, many of whom will use Google Search.
2004-12-13 Too many radios, too little cell space
Cellphone makers are about to find out how many radios they can squeeze into a handset.
2007-04-25 TI unrolls early development ecosystem for LTE
To speed up time-to-market of LTE devices, TI has created a development ecosystem combining its wireless infrastructure-optimized DSP, software libraries and ATCA/AMC cards from third-party systems developers.
2011-07-25 Taiwan postcards: A reporter's photojournal
EE Times' Rick Merritt shares photographs from his trip to Taipe and Hsinchu, where he visited ODMs, the companies who design and make the vast majority of the world's notebooks, desktops and servers.
2011-07-07 STMicro's Arkados buy to push HomePlug adoption
STMicro's acquisition of Arkado's semiconductor assets and intellectual property aims to accelerate the widespread adoption of PLC for home networks and smart grid.
2004-01-01 PC eyes digital home, network processor ready for limelight
Multimedia and network processors are seen to expand in the upcoming year due to the growing consumer demands on multimedia apps.
2010-08-11 MoSys, Radiocomp, GDA collaborate on wireless Serdes
MoSys, Radiocomp and GDA Technologies have joined together to deliver a complete end-to-end connectivity solution, focusing on the 3GPP long term evolution (LTE) and 4G cellular base station component market.
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