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NewNet banking on WiMAX resurgence
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NewNet Communications Technologies is bullish about the WiMAX business that it acquired from Nokia Siemens Networks and appears committed to making a stand for the technology, whose message has been drowned out in recent years by the huzzah around LTE. More

WiMAX: Putting wireless broadband in your pocket
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The WiMAX Forum's primary goal is to accelerate the adoption, deployment and expansion of WiMAX technologies across the globe while facilitating roaming agreements, sharing best practices within our membership and certifying products. The forum has both the Internet service providers and supplier companies as members. More

Broadband IP&TV Asia announces Yes as the 'Innovation Partner'
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Broadband IP&TV Asia, the region's largest broadband conference, exhibition and media event, announced Yes as the "Innovation Partner" in this year's edition at the KL Convention Center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. More

1st does not mean fastest
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Irish mobile network Digicel got the jump on local telecom giant bmobile with the formal introduction of the 4G network system in T&T, but that does not mean the Irish-owned company can offer customers faster speeds, says Lisa Agard, executive vice president, bmobile services and company retail distribution. More

1st look at FreedomPop iPhone Sleeve in the wild
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A limited number of these sleeves are available for pre-order at Freedom Pop's website. You can sign up here to reserve one: http://www.freedompop.com/preorder

BSNL plans to expand broadband connectivity in India
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Indian state-owned operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam has plans to expand its broadband connectivity in the Malappuram district of Kerala, India, by providing 30,000 new connections this year. The company also plans to provide 100,000 new mobile connections and 5,000 new landline connections in the district in this period. More

Android smartphones are still hot
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It's that time of the season again, as Japan's mobile carriers unveil more alternate-universe models that we'll probably never see elsewhere. Leading the pack is the final version of Fujitsu's long-time-coming quad-core Android phone, arriving as the Arrows Z ISW13F. More

Fujitsu announces Arrows Z ISW13F Android ICS phone
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Fujitsu earlier announced the Arrows Z ISW13F in Japan. This Android phone runs Ice Cream Sandwich and boasts of Tegra 3 1.5Ghx Quad Core CPU processor so you know it's super fast. It comes with a 4.6-inch 720p screen display, WiMAX, Win High Speed, Bluetooth 4.0, 16GB ROM, 16GB RAM, 13.1 megapixel camera. More

HTC J with WiMAX announced in Japan
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HTC has announced a new Android smartphone for Japan, the HTC J, which is basically a version of the HTC One S, and the handset comes with a 4.3-inch qHD display with a resolution of 540x960 pixels. More

MTN Group subscribers up; Ghana contributes 6.1 percent
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The MTN Group subscribers are at a 3.7 percent increase for the quarter from 164,501,000 subscribers recorded in December. The MTN Group delivered a satisfactory performance notwithstanding continued high levels of competition in key markets. MTN South Africa contributed 13.3 percent to group subscribers and delivered a sound performance in a mature market. It increased its subscriber base 3.2 percent for the quarter. More

Multimedia continues network expansion
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Polish Internet service provider Multimedia Polska has announced the extension of its cable network to three more cities; Chojnow, Wolow and Nowa Ruda. The expansion adds a further 7,500 homes with access to Multimedia's triple play offerings, including standard and high-definition TV, video-on-demand services, high-speed Internet access and telephony. More

NewNet relaunches company with WiMAX focus at CTIA Wireless
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While NewNet is certainly not new in the WiMAX market by any means, the company has decided to utilize this year's CTIA Wireless event in New Orleans as the platform to relaunch the company in a new light. PJ Louis, CEO of NewNet, sat down with TMCnet at the show to introduce our team to Scott Morrison, president of the company's Broadband Wireless business unit, and Ang Ledford, executive vice president of the Telecom Application business unit, — two very important sectors of NewNet's current focus and where it is taking its products in the near future. More

Qubee gains 75,000 subscribers
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Qubee, a WiMAX wireless broadband Internet access provider in Bangladesh and Pakistan has declared that its WiMAX operations in Pakistan reached 75,000 subscribers and 125,000 subscribers in Bangladesh at the end of March. Qubee is a subsidiary of Augere, a WiMAX wireless broadband Internet access provider, having operations in Pakistan and Bangladesh. More

There's a new carrier in town, and its name is Voyager Mobile
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The United States is going to get another mobile carrier in the form of Voyager Mobile. Voyager Mobile is aiming to be an alternative to carriers who thrive on contracts and data plans by offering unlimited plans for as low as $19 a month without a contract. More

UQ grows base stations to 20,000
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Japanese WiMAX operator UQ Communications has seen its number of base stations rise to 20,000. The operator also announced that its services have been rolled out to Otorii station, Haneda Domestic Terminal station and Kamiooka station. Services have also been rolled out to stations on Hokkaido Railway between New Chitose Airport and Sapporo. More

URBANO PROGRESSO: World's 1st smartphone to transmit clear voice reception via vibration of display screen
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Kyocera introduces URBANO PROGRESSO, the world's first smartphone to transmit clear voice reception via vibration of display screen. Kyocera's proprietary Smart Sonic Receiver technology is implemented in sophisticated handset design for the Japan market. More
   
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