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Sunday, September 18, 2011

LTE watch Weekly Summary [9/12~18, 2011]

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Huawei Partners with Aero2 to Launch World's First LTE TDD/FDD Commercial Network
Source: Huawei press release
Huawei announced a new partnership with Aero2 to launch the world's first LTE TDD/FDD converged commercial telecommunications network.


DoCoMo, others to make smartphone chips with Samsung: report
Source: Reuters
NTT DoCoMo Inc and other Japanese firms will partner South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co to develop key chips for next-generation smartphones to reduce the reliance on Qualcomm Inc, the Nikkei business daily reported.

Qualcomm may lose India TD-LTE spectrum
Source: Telecom Asia
Qualcomm faces having its application for a BWA spectrum license in India rejected, with the telecom ministry claiming the company was late submitting the paperwork.

China Mobile and Clearwire Announce Collaboration on TD-LTE Devices
Source: Clearwire press release
China Mobile and Clearwire Corporation announced a collaboration to accelerate the development of TD-LTE devices. Specifically, the two companies agreed to work together to cultivate a robust device ecosystem that supports multi-mode, multi-band devices with minimum component complexity and cost.


Overview of the current global LTE climate
Source: GSA
Presentation given by Alan Hadden, President, GSA on the LTE Focus Day at Mobile Broadband World 2011, Berlin, Germany.

LTE Asia reveals market reality
Source: Informa blog
Mobile operators and vendors from Asia gathered in Singapore to discuss about LTE during Informa’s latest LTE Asia event. Although interest in LTE soared high throughout the conference, there were several interesting topics that stood out during discussions and conference presentations.

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