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  • Brumby promises every doctor in public hospitals an iPad

    Victorian Premier, John Brumby, has promised every doctor in the state's public hospital system would be issued with an Apple iPad if his incumbent Labor Government was returned to power in the state's upcoming election.

    Written by Renai LeMay10 Nov. 10 09:47
  • VHA increases Vodafone, 3 mobile data allowances

    Vodafone Hutchison Australia, the company formed out of the merger of the Vodafone and 3 brands, has increased the data download allowances for its capped voice and mobile broadband plans.

    Written by Rodney Gedda30 Aug. 10 10:28
  • On the streets of Stockholm with LTE

    A test of TeliaSonera's LTE (Long Term Evolution) network and its new multimode modem shows the next-generation mobile technology at its best -- delivering speeds at up 59.1M bps (bits per second) -- when used at 2.6GHz. But it also reveals how the technology sometimes struggles when used indoors.

    Written by Mikael Ricknäs17 Aug. 10 02:01
  • Mobile spending to pass wired broadband by 2015

    By 2015, the U.S. will spend more money annually on mobile than on all fixed-line communications, not counting enterprise services, Pyramid Research said Tuesday.

    Written by Stephen Lawson05 Aug. 10 02:13
  • LTE continues to gain momentum, says GSA

    More mobile network operators are placing their bets on the same next-generation mobile networking technology to offer users faster connections, according to a report from the Global Mobile Suppliers Association (GSA).

    Written by Mikael Ricknäs08 June 10 05:36
  • Clearwire, partners name 19 upcoming WiMax US cities

    Clearwire's WiMax mobile broadband will come to 19 more markets across the U.S. this summer, with partner Sprint Nextel reselling the service in all those areas and partners Comcast and Time Warner Cable coming on board in some of them.

    Written by Stephen Lawson06 May 10 04:21
  • Intel sees 2012 deployment for mobile WiMax Release 2

    Chip giant Intel, a major backer of the movement to provide mobile WiMax wireless broadband to Internet users around the world, expects the next major release of the technology to be deployed starting in 2012, an executive said Tuesday.

    Written by Dan Nystedt10 March 10 06:30
  • LTE more than higher speeds, says Nokia Siemens

    Attention has been focused on the higher speeds that will be offered by next generation LTE (Long-Term Evolution) mobile networks, but improved latency will be equally important to users, according to Nokia Siemens.

    Written by Mikael Ricknäs03 March 10 06:54
  • Optus records strong Q3 growth

    Singtel (ASX:SGT) is reporting its Australian subsidiary, Optus, has recorded strong growth for the quarter ending December 31, 2009.

    Written by Tim Lohman09 Feb. 10 11:48
  • Mobile traffic helps push up optical demand

    Demand for high-speed links to cell sites and homes will rejuvenate sales of optical network equipment this year and help to create a US$16.6 billion worldwide market for it by 2014, according to research firm Dell'Oro Group.

    Written by Stephen Lawson08 Feb. 10 06:45
  • Ericsson demos HSPA at 42 Mbps

    Ericsson has demonstrated one part of the technology that will make speeds of up to 42 Mbps (bits per second) possible in 3G networks. However, a lot of work remains before services can be launched.

    Written by Mikael Ricknäs18 Dec. 09 07:33
  • TeliaSonera launches first commercial LTE services

    Mobile operator TeliaSonera has launched the world's first commercial LTE (Long-Term Evolution) networks, in the central parts of Stockholm and Oslo, it said on Monday. The service will become available on Tuesday, and cost 599 Swedish kronor (US$84) per month, but until July 1 users will pay 4 Swedish kronor, according to Erik Hallberg, head of Mobility Services at TeliaSonera.

    Written by Mikael Ricknäs15 Dec. 09 06:34
  • Adelaide to get $3m WiMax network

    A joint state and federal government project with ISP Adam Internet will see metropolitan Adelaide get a WiMax wireless broadband network to cover the city’s blackspot areas that cannot get ADSL2+.

    Written by Rodney Gedda14 Aug. 09 14:17