On Wednesday research firm Research and Markets (Dublin, Ireland) announced a new report that provides an overview of the trends and developments in the telecommunications and digital media markets in Malaysia.
Spanish mobile operator Yoigo (Madrid, Spain) is expanding and increasing the capacity of its 3G network, aiming to triple its customers and gain 10% of the Spanish market by 2015. Yoigo selected equipment manufacturer Tellabs (Naperville, Ill., U.S.A.) 8600 Managed Edge System to manage the anticipated increase in data traffic.
China Telecom (Beijing, China) plans to offer its 106 million subscribers the Apple Inc (Cupertino, California) iPhone by the end of 2011, sources said on Wednesday.
The move would help China Telecom, the smallest of the country's three telecommunications operators, establish more 3G users in a competitive market. China Telecom operates the country's largest fixed-line network and is a relative newcomer to the mobile market.
Berkeley Varitronics Systems, Inc. (BVS) (Metuchen, N.J., U.S.A), a provider of security products for the telecommunications industry, released the Squid M2M 3G Cell Tower Tester.
The Squid 3G Cell Tower Tester is a handheld receiver that provides installers and electrical engineers a real time display of local 3G carriers’ base stations and their respective signal strength or Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI).
Research and Markets (Dublin, Ireland), a research firm, announced on Friday the addition of the “3G in India: Technology and Market Analysis” report to their offering. In the report it stated that by 2012, within three years of its launch, 3G services in India are projected to reach 50 million subscribers.
Telit Wireless Solutions, Inc., the U.S.-based mobile technology arm of Telit Communications (Trieste, Italy), announced on Wednesday the debut of the DE910-DUAL module, designed to let M2M developers use 3G CDMA networks for applications such as consumer electronics, mobile health devices, as well as telematics and mobile computing.
Alcatel-Lucent (Paris, France), a telecommunications vendor, on Tuesday announced that OJSC Mobile TeleSystems “MTS” (Moscow, Russia), a network operator, has selected Alcatel-Lucent’s wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM) networking technology for its optical transport network in metropolitan areas. The project will aim to increase MTS’s network capacity to support 3G services and prepare for LTE technology.
By using WDM networking, it will allow MTS to use its current electronics and fibers, but share those fibers by transmitting different channels at different wavelengths.
If you've ever seen the film The Incredibles, you may remember a line from the arch villain Syndrome: "When everyone is super, then no-one is."
LG U+, a communications service provider in South Korea, has deployed an integrated solution using Oracle Communications Unified Inventory Management and Oracle Communications Network Integrity to model, discover and manage its existing 3G and planned 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network.
Deployed in less than six months, the integrated solution enables LG U+ to automatically discover network equipment configurations, manage them using a standards-based network resource management system, and ensure ongoing network data accuracy.
As service providers deploy mobile backhaul for the growing wave of 3G services, it is important to keep requirements for emerging 4G services in mind. True 4G mobile backhaul includes three key ingredients – resiliency, synchronization and performance. Deploying true 4G mobile backhaul today protects the service provider’s investment in legacy 2G services while providing cost-effective backhaul for 3G services and laying the groundwork for the performance required to unleash 4G services.