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Streaming (& Archiving) 4GWE.

The last three years have been pretty amazing.  Thanks to Apple's iPhone we finally got to see what its like to have "full" access to the Internet.  The iPhone shifted everyone's strategies, and where LTE looked like it would...

BOF: The New 4G: the FCC decision and use of White Spaces

On one of the mail lists I participate in the conversation has been intriguing about what technology is the right technology for TV White Space.  WiMAX, WiFi and LTE advocates which can normally find detante' showing different ecosystems.  The opportunity...

Clearwire Saved by LTE? Its not the Technology its the Spectrum.

Don't let the Technocrats confuse the issue,. The story is still about Internet Access and in the wireless world this means SPECTRUM.

Brough Stops the Show

We have been buzzing around the discussion of WiFi that Brough Turner shared with us at the 4GWE.  Wi-Fi Opportunities In A 4G WorldView more presentations from Brough Turner. Suzanne Bowen's interview is a good commentary to go with the...

LG Breaks the Categories, but not the model

"It's not a Femtocell!" Chris Zeigler at engadget took this picture and as asked what is this thing? If you live alone and you don't have to keep the family entertained.  Why have the Internet Access at the house and...

Report Excerpt: Market Launches Keep Clearwire on Target

Editor's note: The following is an excerpt from our latest quarterly report on all things Clearwire, the CLEARWIRE NTK OCTOBER 2009 (need to know) report, available now for the low low price of $4.95. In this excerpt we talk about...

Report Excerpt: Why Dearth of Devices Hurts Clearwire

Editor's note: The following is an excerpt from our latest quarterly report on all things Clearwire, the CLEARWIRE NTK OCTOBER 2009 (need to know) report, available now for the low low price of $4.95. In this excerpt we talk about...

Developers Have the Upper Hand in 4G Apps Ecosystem

Two afternoon panels Tuesday at the 4GWE conference here in Los Angeles made it clear that software developers, and not carriers, will drive innovation when it comes to 4G wireless applications of the future. The big, unanswered question is if,...

4GWE: Development Tools

Development Tools for 4G Hardware and Software, Part 1(4G4-01) Wednesday - 09/02/09,  8:30-9:45amThe mathematical theory often associated with wireless and mobile physical layer algroithms are complex and require a lot of thought when looking for new solutions in the wireless...

Voice on 4G? Inevitable... But Not Anytime Soon

With back to back sessions this afternoon at the 4GWE Conference, it's tough to cram all this great info into short blog posts (but of course that won't stop us from trying). In a panel this afternoon about Giving Voice...

How Close is the Future: Verizon

Today's Wall Street Journal has an article about the deals Ivan Seidenberg has made as the head of Verizon, while the deals have been great for the corporate coffers, the stockholders and the buyers of the assets of Idearc, FarPoint...

FanFare Software Interview with David Gehringer

This focus of capital equipment utilization has been coming but the economy is making this a laser focus right now.

Who is driving the Next Bus Verizon Wireless or Apple?

Last week while Verizon Wireless was trying to draw the attention of the developer community, the press was all a buzz about their relationship with Apple.The problem is two fold.  The first is that ATT is the only one allowed...

Verizon Developer Community Conference

I am in San Jose for the Verizon Developer Community Conference,  It should be an interesting an event, they have brought their execs here to speak to folks in California.  One thing I expect to here is the need for...

Ericsson Powers US Up During the Low Down

The Wall Street Journal has it right in pointing out that Ericsson has positioned itself well in the US Market.  The acquistion of the Nortel assets, its selection by Verizon as an LTE supplier and its deal with managing Sprint's...

Now That CDMA is in the Ericsson Portfolio of Patents?

Very different press about Ericsson being acquired by Nortel, then when Nokia Siemens Networks "won" the bid a month ago.NSN was talking integration, had customers talking about synergies of support and you got the general sense that the deal was...

Devices What Catches your Eye!

I walked over to Best Buy with Rich Tehrani, as a result of the 99 cent promo for a Compaq netbook with Sprint service.  Counting the floor model which had to be initialized while we talked, they had 2 in...

The Death of the Cassette: Anthony Robbins

My TV keeps me company in my late hour work and my hotel rooms.  Often I wake up to the infomercial dujour.  Anthony Robbins is on a lot these days with a 19.95 offer.  I have been trying to understand...

Wireless Backhaul is Fiber?

Our pal Gary Kim highlighted up the In-Stat report on Wireless Backhaul.  Its an interesting report and helps to show some segmentation in the marketplace.  For Verizon the LTE build out has them moving as much as possible to fiber...

Intel Finnishing it Connections, or, That's Nokia with an IA

Jack Gold who has consulted many friends in the industry and provide great analysis now at J Gold Associates has done a more thorough analysis of the Intel Nokia deal that I highlighted yesterday.  Having talked to friends in both...

This is ARMless: Nokia & Intel

In case you missed it yesterday, the great news was that Intel and Nokia started up their working together again.Why do I like this?  While I covet an N97 (or even a refurbished N95), my favorite Nokia device was the...

4Gee - What happened to Nortel?

The road ahead is not as clear cut as people would like to make it.  Case in point is Nortel.  The 3GPP type assets were sold to Nokia Siemens Networks.Previously the WiMAX side of the shop was scuttled.So what does...

India - Tech Centers and guess what #1 Trend they want

Mobile Apps!Looking at the Times of India (a good place to read to get away from the skew of US politics but perhaps hard for those who are used to a more US centric view).  One of the lead articles...

Wireless Backhaul LTE - Lots of Transport Equipment

Susan Campbell in her discussion of LTE brought up some of the realities we are facing as Verizon leads the pack of deployers.  The cell sites are probably going to increase as the deployment will show the realities of IP...

The iPhone Effect on Verizon

One of the reasons Verizon is so aggressive in its LTE deployment is Apple's iPhone deal with ATT is only for the 3G generation of iPhone.  As we have reported before the iPhone has given ATT an additional 5M subscribers...
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