Monday, October 31, 2005

3G market passes 400,000 mark

Taiwan’s 3G market has passed the 400,000 subscriber mark

Friday, October 28, 2005

WiMax Watchers Admit it's Unfit for Mainstream

Unlike many of the futuristic networking concepts evangelized in years past, people intent on developing WiMax wireless broadband services seem unusually honest in recognizing its present shortcomings.

WiMAX World draws range of products, announcements

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Motorola and Intel Team to Promote Adoption of Mobile WiMAX

Motorola and Intel Team to Promote Adoption of Mobile WiMAX Technology: Financial News - Yahoo! Finance

Mobile operators pushing ahead with IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem)

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AT&T lifts kimono on WiMAX trials | The Register

AT&T did its bit to puncture the WiMAX hype today, while providing an update on three of its trial WiMAX deployments

Thursday, October 27, 2005

Motorola Demonstrates Power of IMS to Deliver Converged Services Using Wireless Broadband Networks at WiMAX World: Financial News - Yahoo! Finance

Uses IMS to showcase end-to-end VoIP calls, other IP applications and services on wireless and wire line broadband networks

Thursday, October 20, 2005

“Internet 4G,” the first UMTS in the Czech Republic

Using UMTS TD-CDMA technology from IPWireless, T-Mobile intends to convince its subscribers that there is “no reason to keep fixed lines,” and further strengthen its position as the number one operator in the Czech Republic.

Motorola Spearheads WiMAX Adoption in Asia Pacific

Motorola’s commitment to develop WiMAX in Asia Pacific will be backed by its global drive to provide operators with improved wireless broadband networks through increased R&D, business alignment and industry alliances. Motorola is focusing its efforts on developing WiMAX 802.16e solutions that provide mobility as well as fixed and nomadic access.

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Anatel announces WiMAX rules, launches licence tender

The Brazilian regulatory agency Anatel (Agencia Nacional de Telecomunicacoes) is preparing new rules that will allow offering service with WiMAX technology that is already attracting telecom operators.

Monday, October 17, 2005

Siemens in Slovakia

T-Mobile Slovakia and Siemens today announce the launch of Europe’s first commercial mobile broadband service using Flarion Technologies’ FLASH-OFDM network technology. As of today, the service is available in selected areas of Bratislava, and in 19 other cities around Slovakia.

WiMax is hype, says Nokia -

WiMax is hype, says Nokia - Mobile & Wireless - Breaking Business and Technology News at silicon.com

Siemens WiMAX Update

Siemens and Start Telecom have signed a cooperation agreement for the construction of the first commercial broadband wireless access network in Russia based on the WiMAX technology following the IEEE 802.16-2004 standard. Under the agreement Siemens Communications will deliver the high-tech SkyMAX solution, including base stations, end devices as well as a NetViewer monitoring and control system. Start Telecom will carry out testing of the Siemens equipment in Moscow and offer commercial WiMAX services to its customers starting from 2006, as broadband Internet access and data transmission at up to 75 Mbps, video-on-demands, video streaming or Voice over IP with a guaranteed level of quality.

Friday, October 14, 2005

Thursday, October 13, 2005

Eleven Italian WiMAX trials use Alvarion BreezeMAX 3500

Mobile and wireless network solutions provider Alvarion has announced that multiple operators, through Alvarion's local partners, have purchased its WiMAX-ready platform, BreezeMAX 3500, to conduct 11 WiMAX trials across Italy

Alcatel ready for WiMAX trial: CommsUpdate : TeleGeography Research

Alcatel ready for WiMAX trial: CommsUpdate : TeleGeography Research

Nokia BlackBerry killers hit the streets | The Register

Nokia has launched three new mobile phones designed to please both the IT department and the business and mobile email user

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Intel leads 400Mbps wireless charge - ZDNet UK News

Leading Wi-Fi chip manufacturers will be announcing a new industry forum on Monday to help accelerate efforts to create a new, faster Wi-Fi standard, says a source close to the companies.

Thursday, October 06, 2005

100 people to trial WiMAX for BT

A hundred people are to take part in WiMAX trials in Belfast and Birmingham as BT tests the water for wireless broadband.

The UK's dominant fixed line telco is hooking up with US-based Navini Networks to carry out the pilots, which will run until March 2006.

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Unwired launches in Sydney

Whirlpool News - Unwired launches in Sydney

iBurst wireless broadband about to go live in Sydney

Whirlpool News - iBurst wireless broadband about to go live in Sydney

Telcos consider 3G wireless for last mile broadband

Whirlpool News - Telcos consider 3G wireless for last mile broadband

WiMAX Companies Like Airspan, On Their Marks, Ready To Go; Looking to Leverage WiMAX Certification for Overall Industry Growth

WiMAX Companies Like Airspan, On Their Marks, Ready To Go; Looking to Leverage WiMAX Certification for Overall Industry Growth

Navini Trials Pre-WiMAX With BT in the UK

RICHARDSON, Texas, October 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Navini Networks today announced that it is working with British Telecommunications Plc (BT) to trial pre-WiMAX systems for the UK market.

"This is an opportunity for BT to explore the commercial viability and customer experience of wireless broadband in both rural and urban settings in the UK," said Roger Dorf, president and chief executive officer of Navini Networks. "Navini offers a unique and proven portable wireless broadband network solution that provides NLOS coverage and easy plug-and-play activation, with a seamless upgrade path to 802.16e."

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Nokia VoWLAN phones coming soon

Nokia VoWLAN phones coming soon @ PhoneMag.com

Tight squeeze for mobile TV | Tech News on ZDNet

Tight squeeze for mobile TV | Tech News on ZDNet

Strix Talks WiMax Mesh Future

October 3, 2005


Strix Systems of Calabasas, Calif., is one of the many companies making a name for itself in wireless mesh infrastructure equipment. It's a market that In-Stat says is going from $33.5 million last year to $974.3 million by 2009. In fact, the research firm calls it a "potentially disruptive technology" — they mean that in a good way. But can it get there using Wi-Fi alone? Maybe not. This is probably why Strix is already making noise about its future support for the high-speed, long-distance connections that will come with 802.16, also known as WiMax.

Monday, October 03, 2005

BT unveils 3G Wi-Fi combo

BT has launched a combined Wi-Fi, 3G and GPRS tariff for road warriors and other business people on the move.

MARCONI ANNOUNCES ITS IMS STRATEGY TO ENABLE CONVERGED FIXED-MOBILE CORE NETWORKS

Marconi’s IMS capabilities, which are available for immediate deployment, include a powerful combination of best-in-class products from Marconi and its partners.



Marconi’s IMS architecture enables operators to rapidly deploy services that exploit network functions such as messaging, video, presence, location, and voice to create compelling revenue-generating applications.



“Marconi is future-proofing its products with its IMS architecture, enabling operators to increase their revenues through converged solutions," said Marconi Chief Technology and Information Officer Andy Evans. "This is an important move towards a universally agreed fixed-mobile converged architecture. We believe the Marconi realisation of this vision offers one of the lowest total cost of ownerships in the market.”

US rollout of WiMax technology looms

The first wireless broadband services based on the emerging mobile WiMax standard are likely to be launched in the US sooner than expected, according to senior executives from Samsung’s US telecommunications unit.


Telabria to Launch Broadband Network in UK

TEL AVIV, Israel--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 3, 2005--Alvarion Ltd. (NASDAQ:ALVR), the world's leading provider of wireless broadband solutions and specialized mobile networks, today announced the launch by Telabria Networks of a broadband network in the county of Kent, England, using its BreezeACCESS(R) VL and BreezeNET(R) B equipment. Following intensive trials in and around southeast England, Telabria selected Alvarion equipment to offer voice over IP (VoIP) and broadband data services throughout the county to reach the more than 50% of Kent's 1.5 million residents and 60,000 businesses as an alternative to xDSL.