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Displaying items by tag: 3GPP

The continued insistence by the director of the Australian Signals Directorate, Mike Burgess, that there is no separation between the 5G core and the radio access network has been termed as "disappointing" by a network expert, who questioned where the evidence was for such a claim.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Telstra aims to be ready to take advantage of the 5G market, saying it will be network-ready by the first half of FY19 and rolling out to capital cities, regional centres and other high-demand areas by FY20.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Major telcos and Ericsson have demonstrated a "multi-vendor interoperability connection compliant with the Non-Standalone (NSA) 5G New Radio (NR) global 3GPP standard".

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The long awaited first implementable and interoperable 5G New Radio specification has been turned into a standard, with all the world's major telcos, tech companies and equipment makers on board

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Nokia Siemens Networks, in conjunction with US mobile operator T-Mobile, has submitted a proposal for a new HSPA standard that would deliver downstream bandwidths up to 650Mbps. Although the LTE and LTE-Advanced standards provide a clear roadmap to 1Gbps, Nokia Siemens says it is important to maintain a migration path to higher bandwidths for HSPA.

3G Americas, a wireless industry trade association representing the GSM family of technologies including LTE, has published what is says is a "highly anticipated resource report" on the evolution of mobile technologies to LTE and beyond and designed to be read by "interested members of the general public."

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If Australia follows overseas trends mobile operators could soon start offering wireless broadband services with quality of service differentiators.

Tuesday, 01 September 2009 10:19

D-Link camera provides a remote eye on business

D-Link's latest IP security camera doesn't require a special application running on a PC. Instead, it can store footage directly to a file server or NAS device.

Published in Security
Thursday, 28 May 2009 03:54

AT&T to speed up 3G network

Ready for some acronyms? AT&T announced that it will upgrade its 3G network to HSPA a year or two ahead of rolling out LTE.

Published in Mobility
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Friday, 13 February 2009 04:02

All you ever wanted to know about LTE - free!

3G Americas, a wireless industry trade association representing the GSM family of technologies, has published a new edition of the white paper that, it says "many have considered necessary reading for learning about the latest 3GPP standards."

Published in Market
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Scandinavian telco, TeliaSonera has issued a press release claiming it has signed "the world's first 4G commercial contracts" and will be "First in the world with next generation's mobile broadband." Supplier Ericsson has jumped on the same bandwagon, but they are both wrong: this is 3G not 4G technology.

Published in Cornered!
A new report from telecoms market analyst ABI Research predicts that the next generation of wireless broadband known as LTE (Long Term Evolution) could be deployed in some parts of the world as early as this year. What's more, LTE networks could be widespread over the next four years, with carriers around the world tipped to spend at least US$8.6 billion on deployments.

Prospects for 3G cellular networks delivering data at tens of megabits per second improved significantly this week when the global 3G standards body, 3GPP agreed to include specifications for long term evolution (the standard for data over cellular beyond the HSPA deployed in networks today) in the upcoming release 8 of the 3GPP standard.

Monday, 27 October 2008 06:13

3G's evolutionary roadmap could sideline WiMAX

If anybody tells you that WiMAX or HSPA is a 4G wireless technology, they're wrong: they are both 3G, but the roadmap from HSPA to 4G is much clearer than that from WiMAX, which could consign WiMAX to being a niche technology, according to IMS Research.

Published in Cornered!
In preparation for the introduction of the Long Term Evolution (LTE) of mobile technology into carrier networks Ericsson is to open, in Melbourne, its first centre dedicated to bridging the gap between R&D and deployment of the new technologies in carrier networks worldwide.

Published in Networking

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