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Existing 4G networks for mobile devices still have limited global reach, but that's not going to keep 5G technology waiting in the wings. Samsung has announced that it has developed some transceiver technology that can deliver 5G speeds in the 28Ghz frequency at 1.06 Gbps for a distance of two kilometers.(Read Full Article)
Samsung said today that it is testing 5G technology capable of data speeds 100 times faster than 4G networks. According to a press release, Samsung's new adaptive array transceiver technology will allow data to transmit at higher frequencies than currently possible. Samsung's transceiver transmits data in the millimeter-wave band at a frequency of 28 GHz at a speed of up to 1.056 Gbps to a distance of up to 2 kilometers. Read more about Samsung Boasts 5G Technology 100 Times Faster than 4GComments(Read Full Article)
An antenna made by Temecula, Calif.-based Wideband Antennas has been named a finalist in the “Network Infrastructure – Green Telecom & Smart Energy Solutions” category of CTIA's annual Emerging Technology Awards competition(Read Full Article)
In a networked world, it's inevitable that sourcing and spend management must move to the cloud to take advantage of real-time connection across a rapidly changing supply chain.(Read Full Article)
New Delhi, May 13 : As global mobile-cellular penetration approaches 100 percent, by 2014, there will be more mobile phones than people on earth, says the International Telecommunications Union (ITU).(Read Full Article)
Sockatume writes "The Sunday Times has revealed that analytics firm Ipsos MORI and 4G network EE attempted to sell detailed information on 27m subscribers' activities to various parties including the UK's police forces. The data encompasses the gender, postcode and age of subscribers, the sites they visit and times they are visited, and the places and times of calls and text messages. Ipsos MORI ...(Read Full Article)
Less than half (48%) of the 779 respondents to our latest monthly reader poll have said that they’d definitely recommend their broadband ISP to others and 27% felt that the service they received was still too expensive, which is despite the UK being home to some of the most affordable broadband services in the world. [...](Read Full Article)
Samsung Electronics said it made a breakthrough in developing mobile technology for fifth-generation networks, though it expects it will take years until the service is brought online for subscribers.(Read Full Article)
Bangalore: India has the potential to lead the world in the adoption of the Nexus of Forces, which is the convergence and mutual reinforcement of social interaction, mobility, cloud and information, however for this to happen a number technological and socioeconomic shifts must happen, according to Gartner.(Read Full Article)
This white paper discusses exactly why the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend has succeeded where bring-your-own-PC (BYOPC) trend fell short as well as why cloud computing adds significant value beyond the data center while mitigating the risk and cost associated with this trend. Published by: Insight(Read Full Article)
Brief us on NSN's manufacturing facility. In October 2008, Nokia Siemens Networks established its manufacturing facility at Oragadam near Chennai with an investment pipeline of $70 mn spread over 3 years.(Read Full Article)
As India is losing its bet on broadband targets, it appears that this is the right time to look at various alternative technologies to provide last-mile connectivity to customers.(Read Full Article)
US mobile telecommunications provider Verizon is preparing to offer to buy Vodafone out of their Verizon Wireless joint venture partner Vodafone for a much $100 billion, Reuters reported today.(Read Full Article)
Researchers at the University of Michigan have invented a way for different wireless networks crammed into the same space to say "excuse me" to one another.(Read Full Article)
Most of the hullabaloo around Sprint's nascent LTE network has focused on the consumer. But, don't worry, the carrier hasn't forgotten about its precious business customers. Today it announced that Data Link and Static IP would be coming to its latest iteration of 4G. For those of you not familiar, Data Link carries a guarantee of 99.9 percent availability -- something craved by enterprise types ...(Read Full Article)