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CBNL eyes US backhaul market to ease network congestion

Combines wireless and fiber-based backhaul WASHINGTON – Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited, headquartered in the U.K., has successfully established its VectaStar licensed point-to-multipoint across 42 countries for backhaul and enterprise access networks. The company is now transferring this expertise to the U.S. where congestion in existing spectrum...

Not how much, but how

Every time someone tries to fix interoperability problems for first responders, it seems the first response is to throw more spectrum at the problem.So Morgan O'Brien comes up with a company-Cyren Call Communications Inc.-and a plan-to use the 700 MHz spectrum that today is...

IPWireless technology chosen for NYC public-safety network

New York City handed Northrop Grumman a five-year, $500 million contract to build and maintain a wireless broadband public-safety network designed to add high-speed data and video capabilities to the city's first responders and transportation personnel. The network will be built with San Bruno,...

IPWireless to build NYC public-safety network

LOS ANGELES—New York City handed Northrop Grumman a five-year $500 million contract to build and maintain a wireless broadband public-safety network that will add high-speed data and video capabilities to the city’s first responders and transportation personnel. The network will be built with San...

Cingular to cut capex spending, but industry as a whole on rise for ’07, Lehman predicts

A recent report from Lehman Brothers Equity Research suggests that Cingular Wireless L.L.C. plans to cut its capital expenditures next year by $1.5 billion, a 20-percent drop from the $7.5 billion the nation's leading carrier is planning to spend this year. However, Lehman Brothers...

Advanced networks call for advanced backhaul capabilities

As consumers and businesses start to take wireless carriers up on their offers of data services, and the carriers themselves put up ever-faster networks to support the demand they're trying to create, backhaul capacity requirements are poised to increase dramatically-and backhaul providers are anticipating...

Sprint Nextel adds LTE technology to IPWireless testing

SAN BRUNO, Ca.-Sprint Nextel Corp. is set to be the first operator to test the next evolution of IPWireless Inc.'s mobile broadband technology, the companies announced. IPWireless announced that beginning in March, Sprint Nextel plans to begin testing the company's new Long Term Evolution-capable...

Sprint Nextel invests $10 million in IPWireless

RESTON, Va.-Sprint Nextel Corp. said it invested another $10 million into IPWireless Inc., which develops UMTS TD-CDMA network technology. Sprint Nextel initially invested $4 million in IPWireless in July. Sprint Nextel is currently trialing IPWireless' UMTS TD-CDMA technology in Washington, D.C. using its 2.5...

Alcatel, IPWireless team for TD-CDMA in Indonesia

JAKARTA, Indonesia-NetZAP said it has awarded a contract to Alcatel Corp. for commercial expansion of netZAP's trial UMTS TD-CDMA network in Jakarta using equipment from IPWireless Inc. In order to cover a large portion of Jakarta, netZAP said the network expansion is set to...

Verizon Wireless posts strong 3Q results: Continues to lead industry in growth

Verizon Wireless continued to dominate its competitors during the third quarter by adding more than 1.9 million net customers. The strong growth was a 15-percent improvement on the 1.7 million the carrier added last year and handily trumped the 969,000 direct customers added by...

Wireless broadband comes to Slovakia, Czech Republic

Slovakia and neighboring Czech Republic are set to get a taste of high-speed broadband wireless access via a trio of deployments taking place across the region. Orange S.A plans to launch a UMTS TDD trial and a HSDPA mobile Internet trial in the coming...

T-Mobile Czech Republic launches UMTS TD-CDMA technology

PRAGUE, Czech Republic-A T-Mobile International AG subsidiary is launching "Internet 4G," saying the next-generation wireless broadband access service is fast enough to allow subscribers to let go of their fixed-line access. T-Mobile Czech Republic said it will demonstrate during launch events this week how...

Orange Slovakia to launch IP Wireless technology

BRATISLAVA, Slovak Republic-IP Wireless Inc. announced European carrier Orange S.A will launch its "super-speed" UMTS TDD and HSDPA mobile Internet service in the coming months in the Slovak Republic. "Both alternatives have their advantages," said Dana Prekopova, technical director at Orange. "They enable high...

Nextel to trial UMTS TD-CDMA technology in D.C. area

Nextel Communications Inc. said it plans to trial a wireless broadband network using IPWireless Inc.'s UMTS TD-CDMA technology and the carrier's 2.5 GHz spectrum holdings. The trial, which is scheduled to begin during the third quarter, will cover portions of Washington, D.C.; Arlington, Alexandria...

New players raise the vendor consolidation bar

NEW ORLEANS-The rising status of two Chinese vendors, U.S.-based UTStarcom Inc. and a few other players like IPWireless may raise the specter for consolidation, said Nortel Networks Ltd. chief Bill Owens during a keynote address at the CTIA Wireless 2005 trade show. He made...

IPWireless ships HSDPA chipsets

SAN BRUNO, Calif.-IPWireless said it has begun commercially shipping its HSDPA chipset with inherent advantages of its TD-CDMA technology.The company said the chipset works in plug-and-play PCMCIA cards and desktop modems for UMTS TDD networks in the 1900 MHz, 2500 MHz and 3400 MHz...

Flarion downplays Sprint’s decision to join WiMAX Forum

Sprint PCS may be going out on a date with WiMAX, but it does not guarantee a wedding ring. That's the way another technology provider, Flarion Technologies Inc. with its Flash-OFDM, approaches the carrier's decision to join the WiMAX Forum. Since its proposed merger...

IP Wireless wins Swedish customer

STOCKHOLM, Sweden-Swedish company Atenit said it will deploy a UMTS TDD network using technology developed by U.S.-based IP Wireless. Atenit, a wireless broadband carrier, will deploy the network over a six-month period with full coverage expected in the Kalmar region by July. Initial subscriber...

IPWireless partners with Teleca for UMTS TDD devices

Wireless technology companies Teleca and IPWireless announced a new partnership the companies said will speed the development of new mobile phones and data devices working on the UMTS TDD network standard. The companies said they will work with Sweden's Wireless System Integration to form...

Carrier in Kazakhstan deploys IPWireless technology

ALMATY, Kazakhstan-Carrier AKSORAN said it has deployed a broadband technology based on IPWireless' UMTS TDD technology for businesses and enterprises in nine cities in Kazakhstan, including Atsana, the nation's capital.The network known as Escape Wireless combines the speed of DSL with cellular, allowing users...

IPWireless ships dual-band UMTS TDD devices

SAN BRUNO, Calif.-IPWireless said it has commenced shipping of dual-band devices that allow users to roam across UMTS TDD networks in both 1900 MHz and 2010 MHz frequency bands. According to IPWireless, more than 120 mobile operators in Europe and Asia have UMTS TDD...

IPWireless technology used in U.K. broadband network

HONG KONG-Hong Kong-based PCCW Ltd. launched a wireless broadband network in the United Kingdom's Thames Valley region using IPWireless technology in the 3.4 GHz band. PCCW's UK Broadband subsidiary is offering Netvigator high-speed wireless service to residential and business customers in the area west...

IPWireless ships wireless broadband for 3.4 GHz

SAN BRUNO, Calif.-IPWireless Inc. said it has started commercial shipments of its wireless broadband solution designed for the 3.4 to 3.6 GHz spectrum bands following three months of trials. The company noted the non-line-of-sight solution can provide network speeds of up to 80 megabits...

Nextel tests Flarion technology

Nextel Communications Inc.'s next-generation plans are set to be tested by the public as the carrier is planning a network trial in the Raleigh-Durham, N.C., area using Flarion Technologies Inc.'s Fast Hopped Low Latency Access with Seamless Handoff, Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing, or Flash-OFDM,...

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