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Time Trippin’: Round-and-round with 4G; battle for network superiority … 7 years ago this week

Editor’s Note: The RCR Wireless News Time Machine is a way to take advantage of our extensive history in covering the wireless space to fire up the DeLorean and take a trip back in time to re-visit some of the more interesting headlines from...

Next stop for RCR Wireless News: New York City and New Jersey

RCR Wireless News is hitting the road next week for New York City and the Garden State. As with every stop on our global tour, conference series and news desk, our team will engage the mobile community at the local level to better understand...

AT&T, Cellcom headline speaker list for N.J. mobile broadband event: RCR Wireless News, New Jersey Wireless Association to broadcast mobile broadband discussion

U.S. mobile carriers invested tens of billions of dollars into mobile broadband infrastructure last year, yet in major metropolitan markets like New York City and many rural markets, consumer and business customers are not enjoying the full benefit of mobile broadband. AT&T Mobility...

Partnerships: Argela chooses Picochip technology; AT&T, Elster team on Smart Grid; and more

Telecom solutions company Argela selected Picochip as the core technology supplier for its femtocell developments. Argela will use Picochip's femtocell technology in products including a residential femtocell with home-zone applications as well as femtocell solutions for enterprise, metro and rural deployments.AT&T and Elster,...

Updated speaker list for RCR Dallas event on "Mobile Broadband: Innovation and Opportunity"

RCR Wireless News Senior Editor Dan Meyer will be in Dallas Nov. 9 to host a local event on “Mobile Broadband: Innovation and Opportunity.” The afternoon event will be an interactive discussion on the policies, investments and economic growth opportunities associated with mobile broadband....

Lawyers ready to attack CommScope, Carlyle potential hookup

CommScope Inc. (CTV) confirmed reports it is in talks to be acquired by private-equity company The Carlyle Group in a transaction that could be valued at $3 billion, even as at least three firms are considering lawsuits against the CommScope board, alleging that CommScope...

Reader Forum: Best practices for event-driven mobile communication systems

Editor's Note: Welcome to our weekly Reader Forum section. In an attempt to broaden our interaction with our readers we have created this forum for those with something meaningful to say to the wireless industry. We want to keep this as open as possible,...

Capital Markets: Nokia buys Motally; RIM picks up Cellmania; and more

Nokia said it signed an agreement to purchase Motally Inc., which provides a mobile analytics service that is designed to help developers and publishers optimize development of their mobile applications. "The acquisition underpins Nokia's drive to deliver in-application and mobile web browsing analytics to...

Contracts: ADC deploys DAS in Denmark; NSN supplies TATA; and more

ADC TelecomDenmark: With engineering company Ramboll to deploy its InterReach Fusion distributed antenna system at its new headquarters in Orestad to provide multi-operator mobile voice and broadband data services. Value: UndisclosedAmerican TowerUnited States: With T-Mobile to deploy an outdoor distributed antenna network throughout Grosse...

Capital Markets: CommScope invests in Hydrogenics; Veraz plans merger with Dialogic; and more

Hydrogenics Corp., which develops products based on hydrogen generation and fuel cell technologies, forged a strategic alliance with CommScope Inc. (CTV) that calls for the companies to jointly develop next-generation power modules for telecom backup power applications. The deal includes an equity investment...

Contracts: ALU equips FET; KTP Korea chooses Motorola and more

Following are infrastructure contracts announced during the past week:ADC Telecom (ADCT)United States: With Texas Tech University to deploy its distributed antenna system to provide high-capacity cellular service throughout the university’s Jones AT&T StadiumValue: UndisclosedAlcatel-Lucent (ALU)Taiwan: With Far EasTone Telecommunications for a Carrier Ethernet solution...

CEO Compensation: No. 11 through 20

Editor's Note: Following are the top-paid CEOs of U.S.-based companies in the wireless industry. Last week, RCR Wireless News ran the list of the top 10 highest paid wireless executives. This week we are featuring No. 11- 20. Some caveats apply: private companies...

DAS part of reason Tyco picked up ADC: New speculation NSN will buy Motorola networks biz

A shakeup in the wireless infrastructure segment seems certain as Tyco Electronics Ltd. (TEL) bought ADC Telecommunications Inc. (ADCT) for $1.25 billion and speculation heats up that Nokia Siemens Networks will pick up Motorola Inc.'s (MOT) networks business, a buy that could be...

Capital Markets: Tyco picks up ADC; Nokia divests MetaCarta; and more

Tyco Electronics (TEL) reached a deal to purchase ADC Telecommunications (ADCT) for $1.24 billion. Tyco will pay $12.75 per share for ADC. The deal boosts Tyco's presence in the network-equipped products market.Synchronoss Technologies (SNCR), which provides on-demand transaction management software platforms, announced it entered...

Infrastructure Awards: ADC nabs Wicomm deal

Following are infrastructure contracts announced during the past week:ADC TelecomAustralia: With WiComm, for an unnamed carrier, to provide its FlexWave Prism distributed antenna system to increase capacity at the Melbourne Cricket Grounds in Melbourne.Value: Undisclosed

Capital Markets: M&A, quarterly results

Mobile video optimization company Vantrix said it completed a $14 million series C investment round that was led by Tudor Ventures. Other investors in the round include Summerhill Venture Partners, JK&B Capital, BDC Venture Capital, Innovacom Venture Capital and Entrepia Ventures. The company said...

Capital Markets: M&A, quarterly results

Mobile video optimization company Vantrix said it completed a $14 million series C investment round that was led by Tudor Ventures. Other investors in the round include Summerhill Venture Partners, JK&B Capital, BDC Venture Capital, Innovacom Venture Capital and Entrepia Ventures. The company said...

@CTIA Interviews: ADC

Jeff Mucci with Tony LeFebvre, Director of Product Management and John Spindler, Vice President of Product Management for ADC Communications.

Capital Markets: NextWave asks for continued stock listing

NextWave Wireless Inc. said the Nasdaq Listing Qualifications Panel granted the company's request for continued listing on the Nasdaq Global Market. The approval requires NextWave to file a proxy statement by May 1 seeking shareholder approval for implementation of a reverse stock split....

@CTIA; Products, demos and more

BridgeWave Communications announced the newest version of its FlexPort family of high-capacity 80 GHz radios for mobile backhaul. The new version incorporates quality of service into a high-frequency, high-capacity 80 GHz product. The company said the FlexPort product is designed to give carriers cost-effective...

Infrastructure builds to be strong for next few years

DENVER--LTE and WiMAX buildouts, as well as an increased attention on distributed antenna systems, should keep equipment manufacturers, site acquisition companies and others in the tower-siting business busy in the next few years, according to panelists at the Colorado Wireless Association educational and social...

The Infrastructure Ecosystem : The cornerstone for today's wireless communications networks

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared in RCR Wireless News' January Special Edition Wireless Infrastructure: The Engine for Economic Recovery. Look for our March Special Edition, coming soon.Wireless networks are the cornerstone of the wireless industry. These capital-intensive investments are a key building...

Backhaul options diverse for 4G networks

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared in RCR Wireless News' January Special Edition Wireless Infrastructure: The Engine for Economic Recovery. Look for our March Special Edition, coming soon. Wireless carriers are moving at ever-increasing speeds to roll out ever-increasingly speedy data services in...

Infrastructure Awards: Ericsson, Motorola and more

Following are infrastructure contracts announced during the past week:ADC Telecom United States: With Messiah College in Grantham, Penn., to deploy its InterReach Fusion indoor distributed antenna system to provide indoor cellular coverage initially in five academic buildings with a planned expansion to all academic...

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