Liquid Radio enables a more economic use of network resources through sharing and redistributing capacity based on user demand. Nokia Siemens Networks has also announced its innovative Flexi Multiradio Antenna System as part of the Liquid Radio architecture. Nokia Siemens Networks Liquid Radio adapts the capacity and coverage of your networks to match fluctuations in… Read More »
The Kenyan government is pushing ahead with plans for a shared 4G network, despite opposition from the country’s dominant mobile network, Safaricom.
The government plans to spend upwards of US$500 million with the deployment due to start next year.
Speaking to Reuters, Bitange Ndemo, PS Ministry of information and communication, said that the deal was set, but they were awaiting financing.
The USA’s Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has reported that the country’s consumer electronics (CE) industry dramatically increased its recycling in 2011.
Participants of its eCycling Leadership Initiative arranged for the
The UMTS Forum has announced that global connections to the 3GPP family of Third Generation/IMT-2000 mobile networks have passed the one billion mark. Representing almost a fifth of all mobile connections worldwide, the one billion total spans customers of WCDMA, HPSA/HSPA+ and LTE networks. This figure also includes around 50 million subscriptions to TD-SCDMA networks —… Read More »
Government may vacate 700 MHz band to roll out 4G services in India