With changes in LTE, an increase in average bandwidth requirements is expected. To keep pace, service providers need an end-to-end architecture — from cell site to core.
This white paper provides a brief introduction to evolved packet core (EPC) — a new mobile core for LTE.
Alcatel-Lucent returned to the red in Q3 but has maintained its forecast of operational break-even in 2009.
Nokia Siemens Networks said it is conducting end-to-end LTE interoperability tests with four unnamed "leading device vendors," a signal that the company is not going to cede ground or the LTE
Although Alcatel-Lucent maintains it's on track to break even in 2009, weak sales steepened its third-quarter net loss. During the third quarter, Alcatel-Lucent reported a $268 million loss, which
Alcatel-Lucent reported a wider net lost in the third quarter on weaker sales. However, the company restated its previous forecast of nearing break even for the year on an adjusted operating level.
Even more changes are coming to Ericsson as the company has appointed the current head of global services and senior vice president Jan Frykhammar to the CFO post. The change, which is effective
It's not easy being purple. At least that's what Extreme Networks (known for its purple colored packaging) is probably feeling these days as the company, which is facing a tough battle to gain a
Operators are indicating their increasing level of interest in LTE by contracting to trial the technology with infrastructure vendors, claims Alca-Lu. The company has confirmed it will launch 14 new
Losing Nortel's CDMA and LTE assets to Ericsson was a major blow to Nokia Siemens Networks and now it is struggling financially and losing ground to major competitors such as Ericsson and Huawei.