Samsung reduces its LTE chip costs by half and the Galaxy Nexus sports the new, cheaper LTE baseband chip.
The rapid deployment of 4G LTE globally will cause the capital spending on LTE infrastructure to reach $24.3 billion in 2013.
Verizon Wireless’ two consecutive outages on its 4G LTE network could be a result of quick expansion and the growing number of users on the network.
LightSquared and Quantum Networks have signed a new agreement that allows Quantum to now offer 4G wireless broadband service with its retail devices.
An unauthorized publication of LightSquared’s GPS interference tests on its LTE network has been released which has angered the company.
Verizon Wireless is to release Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus smartphone this month and it is to sell for $299.99 with a two year contract.
As Verizon celebrates the first anniversary of its 4G LTE network, it has purchased additional spectrum to continue its expansion of the wireless market.
Sprint and Clearwire have signed a four year agreement that helps both companies to finance themselves and offer wireless network solutions for both WiMAX and LTE.
ITU Telecom World 2011 was held at the Geneva Palexpo from Oct. 24-27. It is one of the world’s most unique exhibitions as well as social gatherings comprised of top government dignitaries, industry leaders (Telco focus), and technology innovators.
Sprint’s upgrade to LTE with inadequate wireless airwaves may force it to drop its unlimited data plan because of anticipated strain on the network.