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Alca-Lu wins LTE trials, 14 planned for next 6 months

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

Study: Move to LTE is a necessity as capacity limits close in on 3G networks

A new study from Unwired Insight paints a dire picture when it comes to LTE deployments. Mobile operators currently running 3G networks need to deploy the 4G technology as soon as possible as a

News In Brief: Motorola, Alca-Lu, Juniper, Walmart, Vodafone, BT

Motorola has secured a contract from Irish operator Imagine to replace its existing wireless infrastructure with a Wimax network.

News In Brief: BT, Vodafone, Femto Forum, Vinaphone, Big Air, M1

BT said take-up for its video on demand service Vision is falling short of expe

Vodafone partners with Alca-Lu in German smart metering trial

The drive to ‘go green' is being tracked by an increasing number of smart metering trials involving cell phone operators. The latest to be announced will be managed by Alcatel-Lucent with the

Telefonica surprises with six-country LTE trial

Telefonica made a surprise announcement, revealing big plans for widespread Long Term Evolution (LTE) trial project that will include six countries in Europe and Latin America--the Czech Republic,

Vodafone follows Orange in UK iPhone deal

Vodafone has announced that it will join Orange and 02 in selling iPhones in the UK. On Monday Orange, announced it will sell iPhone 3G and 3G S models across its

UK ripe for mobile network consolidation – page 2

Previous page Significant problems remain with two issues: control and branding. With partners' desire for equality, there is by definition no controlling shareholder. In absence of this, the JV

Rivals gear up to compete with Vodafone 360; 3UK partnership idea floated

With the announcement of Vodafone 360 attracting all-round comment, the company does appear to have beaten its rivals who are said to be planning to launch similar Internet services offerings. What

Germany: A declining voice market, but huge mobile data potential, claims new study

Service revenues in Germany are expected to be lower this year than 2008 by around 1-2 per cent, as consumers become more careful when renewing their mobile subscription. This forecast, from the