Clearwire’s launch of its LTE network on a spectrum that is most likely to be used by major carriers in India, China and Europe may herald a globally compatible LTE network.
Clearwire expects to deploy its new 4G LTE network in 31 markets across the nation in 2013.
Verizon Wireless has announced that it will auction off its 700 MHz spectrum if its spectrum purchasing deal with cable companies is approved by the FCC.
Apple has begun a legal defense of its branding of the iPad 3 as 4G LTE compatible within Australia.
Sprint’s new LTE network will begin to run on the 800 MHz spectrum by 2014, differentiating it from both Verizon and AT&T who use the 700 MHz spectrum.
India is set to launch its first 4G LTE network, a significant development in a country that combines burgeoning mobile usage with one of the largest youth populations in the world.
The number of LTE enabled devices continues to grow to keep pace with the rollout of LTE networks globally.
The roaming challenges that face LTE networks looks to be exacerbated by the increasing fragmentation of LTE spectrum internationally.
Apple is facing possible regulatory action in Australia over the LTE capabilities of the iPad 3.
The new LTE capabilities on the iPad 3 have tablet customers using up their allotted monthly data plans well before the end of the month.