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Tech camps submit future mobile candidates to ITU

Candidate technologies for future mobile standard IMT-Advanced have this week been submitted to the ITU.

Ericsson eyes LTE deals with NTT Docomo, others

Ericsson aims to win a number of new LTE network contracts in the coming year from operators including Japan’s NTT Docomo, according to an interview the Swedish vendor gave to Dow Jones Newswires.

Aircom: Hefty LTE bill pressures mobile telcos

Network planning and optimisation consultancy Aircom today claimed that the cost of building a LTE network for a tier-one US operator could cost up to US$1.78 billion in the first year.


Ericsson CTO sees growing demand for LTE

Dow Jones Newswires reports that Ericsson CTO, Hakan Eriksson, believes demand for LTE network equipment is likely to accelerate due to a continually strong need for fast data transfer.

Verizon and partners prep LTE VC fund

US operator Verizon Wireless yesterday announced plans to work with its vendors and venture capital partners to invest as much as US$1.3 billion in LTE technology.

Aero2 wins Polish 2.6GHz licence

Polish telco Aero2 has won the tender for a wireless broadband licence using the 2570MHz to 2620MHz band, covering the entire country, reports TeleGeography.

Fujitsu to offer LTE data terminal for Docomo

Fujitsu today announced it has been selected by Japanese operator NTT Docomo for supply of a LTE data terminal. Docomo is expected to commercially launch the next-generation technology in 2010. Fujitsu’s product will be backward compatible with the GSM family of technologies.


Japanese developers progress on LTE

Japan’s Docomo, NEC, Panasonic Mobile and Fujitsu have announced that they are making progress with their joint development of ‘LTE-PF,’ a mobile terminal platform based on LTE, reports Cellular News.

Telefonica to trial LTE in six countries

Telefonica yesterday announced plans to trial LTE technology in six countries across Europe and Latin America, as the operator giant mulls its commercial next-generation network plans. The chosen countries are Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Spain, the Czech Republic and the UK, whilst the six vendors picked for the trials are Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Huawei, NEC, Nokia Siemens Networks and ZTE.