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2004-05-10 WiMAX service two years away, provider survey finds
Many wireless Internet service providers (WISPs) are anxious to deploy WiMAX metropolitan area network equipment, but most believe it will be 2006 before they can offer the wireless broadband service to their users, a just-released survey indicates.
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
2008-06-10 WiMAX can compete against fixed broadband, notes study
In-Stat said in its new that WiMAX can compete against fixed networking services, specifically fixed broadband.
2011-11-16 WiFi module targets smart, cloud-based devices
Broadcom's WICED features wireless LAN MAC/baseband/radio, an embedded processor and a 'self-hosted' WiFi networking library
2001-05-22 Web without wires
The World Wide Web is potentially about a lot more than just surfing from a desktop PC. But infrastructure challenges make true wireless Web a bit harder to access
2003-10-16 WAP is dead; long live WAP
WAP gets a new leash on life as it gets center stage on camera phones.
2004-01-01 Ubiquitous computing a reality at last
Ubiquitous computing, being connected with anybody at anytime and anywhere, has finally become a reality.
2004-10-01 Spectrum-agile radio for broadband apps
Spectrum-agile communications system focuses on broadband wireless Internet access as the primary consumer application for in-home and last-mile distribution.
2006-07-24 Skype rolls out Wi-Fi phones
Skype, an Internet communications company, announced collaboration with hardware partners to deliver the first Wi-Fi phones for Skype software
2013-02-25 Silicon Labs taps Sigfox for M2M, cloud connectivity
Silicon Labs collaborates with Sigfox to tap the potential of the Internet of Things
2005-12-30 Signal creation software serves mobile WiMAX, WiBro
Agilent announced the signal creation software for mobile WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) and WiBro (wireless broadband) applications. It is for Agilent's E4438C ESG microwave vector signal generator
2007-04-30 Samsung to run WiBro trial for U.S. military
Samsung Electronics plans to test run South Korea's homegrown high-speed wireless Internet technology, WiBro, next month in a U.S. military camp.
2014-05-19 Rohde & Schwarz becomes M2M Alliance member
Rohde & Schwarz, a wireless technology test and measurement company, joined the M2M Alliance, underlining its commitment to machine to machine communications and the Internet of Things.
2004-01-15 RFMD devices suit Sony Ericsson PC card
RF Micro Devices Inc. (RFMD) has begun shipments of a power amplifier module and driver IQ modulator for use in the Sony Ericsson GC82 EDGE PC card.
2003-09-05 Recognizing the future of mobile telecom development
China's mobile phone market is filled with future growth potentials especially in the wireless terminal business
2004-10-18 Reaching the last mile with 802.16a WiMAX
The IEEE 802.16a acts as a third pipe in connecting communication hotspots to the many benefits of the Internet
2002-10-03 Qualcomm, Wavecom enter CDMA license agreement
Qualcomm Inc. has granted Wavecom S.A. a worldwide license to develop, manufacture, and sell its cdmaOne and CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO modules for wireless communications devices
2008-11-13 Qualcomm helps boost China IT education
Qualcomm Inc. and Beijing Peking University Unity Microsystems Technology Co. Ltd (PKUnity) have entered the third phase of the Connected Computer Classroom program.
2002-02-22 Open technology would expand mobile network, Nokia says
Nokia is pushing for broader industry collaboration in the mobile infrastructure and services business, and has created a new unit to resell elements of its networking architecture to further its cause.
2009-02-12 Mobile WiMAX tech deploys in Russia
Scartel, provider of high-speed wireless Internet in Russia, is now offering access under the Yota brand and powered by Cisco's latest mobility technologies. Yota's network provides service within the Sadovoye Ring in Moscow and at the Vassilyevsky Island and Petrogradsky District in St. Petersburg.
2001-02-01 Mobile net demands optimized design
Manufacturers of mobile Internet systems will play a key role in delivering a new class of wireless services for entertainment, e-commerce and multimedia messaging.
2002-07-16 Mobile data starters from East
Asia's roaming bulls may provide the springboard for wireless Internet, especially, after China joins the party.
2004-01-20 Lucent receives $350M contracts from two China firms
Lucent Technologies announced that it has entered into a series of agreements with China Unicom and China Telecom.
2011-03-22 LTE drives network protocol analyzers
Frost & Sullivan says that the deployment of LTE networks will enable new opportunities for world wireless protocol analyzers and network monitoring systems from 2010 to 2016
2002-02-27 KTF teams up with Microsoft for mobile browser
South Korea mobile carrier KT Freetel Co. Ltd has collaborated with Microsoft to develop a next-generation mobile browser.
2007-04-20 Korean group pushes for WIPI standardization
The Korea Wireless Internet Standardization Forum recently signed a memorandum of understanding with the Open Mobile Terminal Platform in Seoul to spearhead the standardization of WIPI or Wireless Internet Platform for Interoperability.
2009-05-26 Jordan adopts South Korea's WiBro tech
SK Telecom has signed additional consulting agreement and a letter of intent with Kulacom Broadband Investment Co., which operates high-speed wireless Internet service and VoIP in the Middle East and Eastern Europe.
2009-02-18 Is energy harvesting ready to boot batteries?
Energy harvesting is an exciting technology development that could end our battery addiction. Instead of relying on batteries the next generation of wireless devices can be powered by energy that's available in the environment
2008-07-01 IP standards to Roll for sensor nets
Aiming to define a spec for Internet Protocol as early as June next year, the IETF's Routing over Low-power and Lossy Networks (Roll) group is pursuing a standard way for control and sensor nodes on Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 802.15.4 nets to link to the broader Internet
2005-05-11 Intel, Sprint jointly explore WiMAX broadband technologies
Intel Corp. and Sprint have agreed to jointly advance the development of IEEE standards-based 802.16e WiMAX mobile technology.
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