Yota inks Chinese deal for dual-screen device
Devices start-up Yota inked what it claims is “one of the largest transactions in history for …
Yota debuts pricey dual-screen Yotaphone 2
Devices start-up Yota Devices launched its “highly anticipated Yotaphone 2” at a London event last …
Interview: Yota Devices, CEO – Vlad Martynov
MWL TV interviews the CEO of upcoming Russian manufacturer Yota Devices. The company has already …
MTS launches Russias first TD-LTE network
Russia’s largest operator MTS has launched the country’s first TD-LTE network with Nokia Siemens Networks …
Russia’s Rostelecom has announced an MVNO deal with LTE operator Scartel (Yota) reports Telegeography. Under …
Regulators examine Russias LTE network consortium
Russia’s Federal Anti-Monopoly Service (FAS), the country’s antitrust regulator, is investigating concerns that the country’s national 4G (LTE) network-sharing consortium is excluding smaller players.
Russian LTE group set to accept new members
A consortium of Russian operators collaborating on an LTE network build could accept additional partners after completing its legal registration procedures, Telecompaper reports.
Yota, Roskomnadzor sign peace agreement
Russian WiMax operator Scartel, working under the Yota brand, has signed a peace agreement with the telecommunications regulator Roskomnadzor
Yota outlines timeframe for LTE device launches
EXCLUSIVE: High-profile Russian service provider Yota – fresh from its huge domestic LTE win last week – expects to launch its first LTE modem next month followed by mobile routers, smartphones and embedded laptops. In an exclusive interview with Mobile World Live, CEO Dennis Sverdlov also outlined the rationale behind his company’s planned move from WiMAX to LTE technology.
Report: Russian conglomerate eyeing LTE venture
Dow Jones Newswires reports that Russian state-owned conglomerate Rostekhnologii is to approach Huawei, Samsung and “other companies” about the possibility of creating a “4G” network equipment joint venture in the country.