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Nujira Ltd. has released its new Woodstock 16-band Multi-Mode, Multi-Band (MMMB) Envelope Tracking (ET) reference design for 4G smartphone RF front ends.
Anite, a global leader in wireless device testing technology, announced that it has signed a further three-year agreement with Deutsche Telekom to provide interoperability test solutions. Deutsche Telekom owns the T-Mobile brand, one of the world’s top ten providers of mobile phone services.
Aeris Communications, which owns and operates the only cellular network designed exclusively for machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, announced the addition of Mohsen Mohseninia as the vice president, market development for Europe. Mohseninia brings more than 18 years’ experience to the role, serving most recently as the head of the M2M business in the UK for Logica as well as being a leading member of the global M2M leadership team responsible for development of strategy and market development.
An update to the Status of the LTE Ecosystem report released by the Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) confirms that 87 manufacturers have announced 666 LTE-enabled user devices, including frequency and carrier variants.
The Wireless Gigabit (WiGig) Alliance has completed testing its multi-gigabit wireless WiGig technology at the first plugfest since a “memorandum of understanding” of unification with Wi-Fi Alliance® was executed late last month.
Wavefront, Canada’s Centre of Excellence for wireless commercialization and research, and Anritsu Electronics Ltd., a leader in wireless test solutions, announce they have formed a partnership expected to lower the costs and increase the availability of long term evolution (LTE) development and testing in Canada for small and medium enterprise (SME) level businesses, device manufacturers, and mobile virtual network operators (MVNO).
Agilent Technologies Inc. announced a new video, "8x8 LTE MIMO Analysis - N7109A Signal Analyzer - 89600 VSA - SystemVue." See how new 8x8 MIMO simulation and measurement capabilities help LTE basestation designers stay ahead of rapidly evolving LTE standards test requirements.
Based on 2012 shipment data, where cellular module revenues grew 21 percent YoY, ABI Research expects to see a further increase in shipments, reaching nearly 100 million units by 2015.
LTE represents an opportunity for operators to increase revenue by pricing the new service at a premium. However, the successful LTE operators in the USA are not following that strategy: continued traffic growth from additional usage and multiple devices is encouraging users towards more expensive plans, which is resulting in consistently increasing ARPU.
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