ChinaComm selects Tellabs for broadband wireless access core network

ChinaComm (Guangzhou, P.R.C) selected the Tellabs (Naperville, IL) SmartCore 9100 platform for a packet core network for broadband wireless access services in Beijing and across nine other mainland Chinese markets. According to Tellabs, it will represent more than 90% of the markets where ChinaComm initially plans to deploy broadband wireless services.

According to Tellabs the SmartCore 9100 platform will support broadband wireless access networks from various manufacturers.

Greece sells 10% OTE stake to Deutsche Telekom

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The Greek government on Monday agreed to sell a 10 % stake in Hellenic Telecom (OTE) (Maroussi, Greece) to Deutsche Telekom AG (Bonn, Germany) as the Mediterranean state kicks off privatization deals to cut its debt pile.

Deutsche Telekom launches first LTE network in Cologne, Germany

Only 12 months after the public auction, Deutsche Telekom (Bonn, Germany) will launch the first LTE high-speed network (Long Term Evolution) in the major German city of Cologne. According to Deutsche Telekom, after Cologne, more than 100 other cities in the entire country will be provided with next generation mobile communications. Further expansion will occur in the third quarter of 2011, but Deutsche Telekom could not provide an exact date.

According to Deutsche Telekom, the 100 LTE base stations will make surfing with up to 100 Mbit/s possible.

Verizon to show 4G LTE automotive solutions at the Telematics 2011 Conference

Verizon Wireless (Basking Ridge, N.J.) on Monday announced that they will be showcasing 4G LTE Telematics technology in conjunction with several companies at the Telematics 2011 Conference on June 8-9 in Detroit.

According to Verizon Wireless, its 4G LTE network covers multiple components of Telematics, such as GPS systems, maintenance indicators, wireless Web access, hands-free connectivity and roadside assistance, along with other technologies and applications.

Verizon Wireless will be sharing the booth with the following collaborators:

Weather Telematics creates 40 Million weather points in its first year

Weather Telematics (Nepean, Ontario), a company that designs and integrates mobile sensing systems for vehicles, created 40 million weather points it its first year. Weather Telematics used mobile assets to carry sensors along major Interstates throughout the United States, pulling readings every ten seconds. This means that weather data is pulled, on average, every 300 meters or 10 seconds at 60 MPH.

KORE Wireless Group Inc. announces completion of acquisition of Mach Communications Pty Ltd

KORE Wireless Group Inc. (Alpharetta, GA), a wireless services group focused on the global machine-to-machine (M2M) communications market, Wednesday announced the acquisition of Mach Communications Pty Ltd. (Melbourne, Australia), a wireless M2M network provider. The identity of Mach Communications Pty Ltd will transition to KORE Wireless Asia-Pacific in ensuing weeks. The acquisition, which was completed following unanimous approval of all shareholders, is now complete.

TM Forum Highlight: New BSS/OSS products stress dynamic management (read cloud)

There were plenty of new BSS/OSS and CRM products to be found at the TM Forum Management World conference in Dublin last week, as software providers scrambled to offer new weapons that will allow carriers to hunt revenue opportunities in Cloud Services (among other places). Just some of the new product introductions included…

France Telecom plans to sell European assets where it has minority stake

On Tuesday France Telecom (Paris, France) presented its strategic and financial ambitions for the next five years. According to its press release, France Telecom will be reviewing its portfolio of assets and is expecting to sell any assets where it is not a majority shareholder.

TM Forum Highlight: Optical Network bursts onto scene

In one of the highlights of the TM Forum Management World event in Dublin last week, the Irish government showed off its Exemplar project, a “metro ring” carrier network in Dublin that is said to be the first to incorporate optical burst switching, a technology that could have broad implications in greatly improving the efficiency and capacity of carrier networks.

FTTH Council urges FCC to preserve "High Cost Fund" to keep U.S. rural high-speed broadband on track

Maintaining the High-Cost universal service fund is critical to ensuring that the nation's broadband universal service goals are achieved, according to a document filed today with the U.S. government Federal Communications Commission (FCC) by the Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) Council, a non-profit organization that advocates for the expansion of next-generation broadband.

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