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Cord cutting growth slows, 41% of US homes wireless only

Wireless continues to grow as the communication device of choice for U.S. households, but that growth has begun to slow. According to the most recent National Health Interview Survey, 41% of American homes had only a wireless device during the second half of 2013, which...

Orange reportedly eyes Canadian wireless market

Squeezed by a price war in its home country, Paris-based telecom Orange is reportedly eyeing Canada. Orange Horizons, an Orange subsidiary created to look for new market opportunities, has held exploratory talks with Canada's industry, trade and telecommunication agencies, according to The Globe and Mail. Apparently Orange...

Reality Check: Wireless earnings drivers for the second quarter (Pt. 2)

Sprint Nextel was not the only telecom company making news over the past week, as early last week, Mary Dillon abruptly

Press Release: Corning Launches ONE™ Wireless Platform, Unifies WI-Fi and Cellular Connectivity

Corning’s new innovative platform is set to deliver the Optical Network Evolution (ONE™) that will address the next wave of wireless demand CORNING, N.Y. - Corning Incorporated (NYSE: GLW) today unveiled the first all-optical, converged in-building wireless solution to satisfy the increasing demand from enterprises,...

Time Trippin’: Java for phones; cellular closes in on PCS prices … 15 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...

Time Trippin’: Razr bigger than iPhone?!?; RIM owns e-mail market … 4 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...

Feature Report: Time to improve, expand wireless infrastructure in LatAm

Even as LTE deployments begin in earnest, Latin American and Caribbean wireless carriers continue to focus investments on the expansion and improvement of 3G networks. Wi-Fi, femtocells, microwaves and towers are expected to receive the largest share of telecom operators’ investment and effort. Carriers' 3G...

Reader Forum: Gaining operational advantages in the intensifying wireless market

Today’s intense wireless market is no place for the uncertain. Many providers know they aren’t ideally equipped for the current market, even if they’ve had long-term success.

Time Trippin’: Wiretap loophole; IPR disputes … 14 years ago this week

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 this week in history.

FCC plans to measure mobile broadband performance

The Federal Communications Commission today announced plans to measure mobile broadband service performance in an attempt to provide consumers with information regarding wireless data speeds. A meeting is scheduled to be held on Sept. 21 to discuss the new program. Wireless industry trade association CTIA...

Mexico’s telecom sector grew 15% in 2Q12, totaling $7.5 billion

Mexico’s telecommunications sector grew 14.8% during the second quarter of 2012 over the same period of 2011, according to data from the Telecommunications Sector Production Index (ITEL). This represents the highest growth in the last four quarters. For the six-month period from January to...

Wireless caters to APCO crowd

The Association of Public Safety Communications Professionals is meeting in Minneapolis this week, taking stock of a series of offerings and announcements from vendors – many of which make use of LTE technology. Alcatel Lucent (ALU) introduced its First Responder Video solution, which uses LTE...

Mexico’s telecom sector grows 11.9%; mobile lines reach 95.6M

Mexico’s telecommunications sector grew 11.9% during the first quarter of 2012 over the same period of 2011, according to data from the Telecommunications Sector Production Index (ITEL). This is also the highest growth in the last three quarters. The growth was driven by an...

Scandal, CEO resignation challenge TIM Brazil

Luca Luciani, Telecom Italia's CEO for Brazilian operations (TIM Brazil), has resigned in the wake of allegations that Telecom Italia exaggerated its customer base through the use of irregular SIM cards in Italy. Telecom Italia named its chief financial officer (CFO) Andrea Mangoni as interim...

Feature Report: Mexico – A Complex Wireless Market with Strong Prospects

Although it seems to be a complex market, in many ways the Mexican telecom sector is very similar to the others Latin American countries. Prepaid penetration is much higher than postpaid services – Mexico government regulator Cofetel reported there were 83.3 million prepaid customers...

Changing telecom industry’s new challenges: monetization, security and becoming “smart pipe”

What the telecom industry has not changed in the past ten years, it is changing now – and in a drastic way. The advent of new technologies, such as mobile broadband, voice over IP (VoIP) and messaging, among others, have contributed to the shift....

TIM Brazil to install 10,000 Wi-Fi hot spots in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro

While telecom operators in mature markets have used Wi-Fi hot spots to offload 3G data traffic, in Brazil carriers have just started to deploy them. During the TM Forum Latin America Summit held on March 27-28 in São Paulo, TIM Brazil’s director of innovation, Maurício Cascão, said...

Aruba Networks sees growth potential in Brazil

Aruba Networks’ CEO has visited Brazil on a couple of occasions, though the frequency of those visits are expected to increase. Speaking with reporters this week, Dominic Orr said that he expects Brazil will be one of the company's five largest markets within the...

Brightstar, Teleplan create JV to service Brazilian OEMs

Brightstar and Teleplan have formed a joint venture to provide an integrated aftermarket solution for OEMs in Brazil. Teleplan is a services and solutions provider which specializes in high-tech end-to-end after-market services for the computer, communications and consumer electronics industries. Brightstar provides value...

Motorola Solutions’ revenues up driven by government and enterprise segments

“Our record fourth quarter capped a very strong and exciting year for our company,” said Greg Brown, chairman and CEO of Motorola Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: MSI), in statement when presenting its fourth-quarter and full-year 2011 results. The company fourth quarter sales were up 5%...

Feature Report: Colombia – Mobile opportunities abound

Forget about the Colombia you may know from the 1990s. The current scenario is different and much more business friendly than in the past. The government’s plan to boost telecommunications in the country is set to increase competition among operators and expedite the deployment...

AT&T teams up with Juniper Networks on mobile security

AT&T has teamed up with Juniper Networks on a new mobile security platform which it claims will better protect customer devices from security threats. Security has become a big buzz word in mobile, with firms scrambling to add protection to their mobile services either through...

Intel aims to play in wireless, device markets

Intel Corp. aims to play in wireless and device markets, introducing digital signage and machine-to-machine solutions. “We are working with some players to validate our chips to tablets and smartphones,” said Carlos Kokron, Intel’s Latin America’s director of carriers business, in an interview with...

NBN Co prepares for wireless tower backlash

iTnews | August 4, 2011 | James Hutchinson NBN Co has started an education campaign to curb potential opposition to new phone towers required in communities that will receive fixed wireless services. Read the full article here via iTnews

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