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Open access for wireless: inevitable, and everybody wins

Editor's Note: Welcome to our weekly Reality Check column. We've gathered a group of visionaries and veterans in the mobile industry to give their insights into the marketplace.The concept of open wireless networks is not new. In fact, an obligation to support "reselling" was...

Licensed operators encourage caution in spectrum-sharing tests

WASHINGTON-The Federal Communications Commission's spectrum-sharing test-bed proposal attracted a mix of responses that appear to support parochial agendas among incumbent telecom carriers and others looking for a platform to leverage emerging, smart wireless technologies that may offer solutions to the nation's dwindling supply of...

Texas Instruments drills in on WiMAX

Eager to capture a piece of an estimated $2 billion equipment market, Texas Instruments Inc. is plunging into the WiMAX infrastructure business. The company today introduced a number of components it said comprise an end-to-end solution that gives carriers and infrastructure vendors the ability...

Samsung base stations to sport ArrayComm’s antenna technology

SAN JOSE, Calif.-Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. will use ArrayComm L.L.C.'s smart antenna technology in its wireless base stations, the companies announced.ArrayComm said its antenna technology is designed to help equipment providers boost system range, capacity, data rates and coverage quality on W-CDMA, HSDPA and...

Korean company integrates ArrayComm antenna software

BUNDANG, Korea-Korean systems integrator Posdata and ArrayComm L.L.C. announced an agreement that calls for Posdata to incorporate ArrayComm's smart antenna software in its high-performance base station.The companies said the agreement should lead to improvements in system range, capacity and coverage for 802.16e networks. ArrayComm's...

Intel to include ArrayComm technology in chips

SAN JOSE, Calif.-Intel Corp. continued its push into the WiMAX arena with plans to include ArrayComm Inc.'s smart-antenna technology in its chipsets. The companies said the teaming would produce a WiMAX system with improvements in coverage and capacity."As industry momentum continues to build around...

Singapore carrier tests 3 high-speed technologies

Wireless carrier Mobile One announced trials of three different U.S.-developed technologies for wireless high-speed data access for its subscribers. Singapore-based M1, which has more than 1.1 million subscribers, 500,000 of which are GPRS users, has started technical trials of wireless broadband technologies that allow...

Singapore carrier trials 3 U.S.-developed high-speed technologies

Wireless carrier Mobile One announced trials of three different U.S.-developed technologies for wireless high-speed data access for its subscribers. M1, which has more than 1.1 million subscribers, 500,000 of which are GPRS users, has started technical trials of wireless broadband technologies that allow access...

Bush admin continues S. Korea standards pressure

WASHINGTON-The Bush administration said it will continue to pressure South Korea to further liberalize the standard for 2.3 GHz portable Internet.Late last month, the South Korean government agreed to a standard for a new service-WiBro-which incorporates an international standard currently being crafted. But that...

South African company to roll out iBurst network

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa.-ArrayComm Inc. said it has scored its second iBurst broadband wireless system deployment, this one in South Africa. Wireless Business Solutions, a provider of mobile data solutions, plans to deploy the U.S.-based company's iBurst technology throughout South Africa.WBS expects to cover more...

South African company to roll out iBurst network

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa-ArrayComm Inc. said it has scored its second iBurst broadband wireless system deployment, this one in South Africa. Wireless Business Solutions, a provider of mobile data solutions, plans to deploy the U.S.-based company's iBurst technology throughout South Africa.WBS expects to cover more...

In broadband battle, .16e seems to overtake .20-for the moment

As the standards bodies for two metropolitan area network protocols prepare for separate meetings in May, both 802.16 and 802.20 are spoiling for a battle for survival. Neither .16e nor .20 have reached standards specifications yet, but supporters of each are pushing the strengths...

ArrayComm to license iBurst to Korean manufacturer

SAN JOSE, Calif.-ArrayComm will license its iBurst broadband wireless system to Korean telecommunications equipment manufacturer Dewell. Under their agreement, Dewell will develop and manufacture iBurst subscriber devices based on ArrayComm's iBurst ASIC. Dewell plans to ship its products, which will support both fixed and...

Intel, Bush administration get tougher on China

WASHINGTON-The stakes have been raised in the U.S.-China wireless trade dispute, with the Bush administration last week issuing a veiled threat about seeking redress at the World Trade Organization, and Intel Corp.-the world's top chip-maker-declaring it will not back the Asian giant's Wi-Fi standard."While...

Korea backs off WIPI standard

WASHINGTON-The Bush administration last week confirmed South Korea will delay until June a decision to mandate a government-backed wireless Internet standard benefiting domestic firms at the expense of San Diego-based Qualcomm Inc. and others, a development that comes in response to U.S. pressure and...

South Korea delays wireless Internet decision due to U.S. pressure

WASHINGTON-The Bush administration today confirmed South Korea will delay until June a decision to mandate a government-backed wireless Internet standard benefiting domestic firms at the expense of San Diego-based Qualcomm Inc. and others, a development that comes in response to U.S. pressure and in...

U.S. argues Korea can't set wireless standards

WASHINGTON-The United States and South Korea appear headed for a showdown over Bush administration allegations that Seoul is violating global trade law by trying to impose wireless standards that would benefit huge homegrown vendors like Samsung Corp. and block U.S. suppliers from the potentially...

Portal to supply billing system to Australian operator

SYDNEY, Australia-Portal Software said it is the official billing partner of Personal Broadband Australia, the Australian wireless broadband company backed by U.S.-based Arraycomm Inc. The portal solution for the Australian firm includes end-to-end rating, billing and customer management to support several account models, including...

Alternative 3G solutions try to gain followers

While most wireless operators are in the midst of launching third-generation wireless data services using traditional base stations over licensed airwaves, an increasing number of smaller, independent companies have begun deploying high-speed wireless data services using unlicensed spectrum and both proprietary and standards-based technologies...

Atheros names Barratt CEO

SUNNYVALE, Calif.-Atheros Communications Inc., which develops technologies for secure, high-performance wireless local area networks, has promoted Craig Barratt, its vice president of technology, to the post of chief executive officer.In the succession, which the company said had been planned for several months, Barratt takes...

CTIA 20 Years Tribute features Cooper

NEW ORLEANS-A display celebrating the 20 years of commercial wireless services at the CTIA Wireless 2003 show includes a special feature on ArrayComm Inc.'s chairman and chief executive officer Martin Cooper and the wireless phone Cooper used to place the first potable cellular phone...

ArrayComm demos seamless handoff via i-BURST

SAN JOSE, Calif.-ArrayComm Inc. demonstrated the seamless Internet session hand-off between two base stations using its i-BURST technology near its San Jose, Calif., headquarters.During the demonstration, an ArrayComm team drove between the company headquarters and a base station about three miles away while using...

ArrayComm subsidiary begins trial of i-Burst service in Sydney

NEW YORK-CKW Wireless Pty Ltd., an Australian subsidiary of ArrayComm Inc., San Jose, Calif., has launched a pre-commercial trial in Sydney of the i-Burst personal broadband system.ArrayComm's patented IntelliCell technology, based on fully adaptive smart antennas, is the foundation for the i-Burst system, which...

ArrayComm partners with CommWorks for iBurst connectivity

SAN JOSE, California, United States-ArrayComm and CommWorks announced an agreement to provide standards-based Internet connectivity and seamless mobility in ArrayComm's i-Burst Personal Broadband System.ArrayComm said it has demonstrated seamless compatibility with CommWorks' Total Control 1000 Packet Data Serving Node. The i-Burst system is a...

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