Wireless telemedicine services over integrated IEEE 802.11/WLAN and IEEE 802.16/WiMAX networks
Wireless telemedicine, also referred to as mobile health, which capitalizes on advances of wireless technologies to deliver health care and exchange medical knowledge anywhere and any time, overcomes most of geographical, temporal, and even organizational barriers to facilitate remote diagnosis and monitoring, and transfer of medical data and ... (more)
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Exclusive: Google's Project Loon Tests Move to LTE Band in Nevada
Google has expanded its Project Loon tests to the Nevada desert and, for the first time, into licensed radio spectrum.
Patent Issued for Method for Enabling a Device under Test (DUT) to...
Despite differences in frequency spectra, modulation methods, and spectral power densities, the wireless connectivity standards use synchronized data packets to transmit and receive data.
MarketResearchReports.Com: LTE in Industry Verticals - Market...
There is a rapidly growing demand for broadband-enabled data applications within certain vertical market segments including public safety, oil, gas and energy production, defense and others.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Kuwait mobile market: Competitive industry
Kuwaits government is heavily involved in the economy, largely due to its control of the oil industry.
Top 10 North American Wireless Broadband Networks
CIO - A new report compiled by wireless services consulting and analysis firm Novarum ranks Wi-Fi, WiMax and third generation cellular networks in 16 North American cities, based on performance, service availability, ease of use and overall value.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
ITU: Agni to Build Bangladesh WiMax Network
Bangladeshi ISP Agni Systems has begun to build a WiMax network in the country's capital, Dhaka, using equipment from Motorola.
ITU: LG Preps Mobile WiMax Devices for '07 Launch
South Korea's LG Electronics plans to introduce a range of products next year that support mobile WiMax technology, a company executive said at the International Telecommunication Union Telecom World 2006 conference and exhibition in Hong Kong.
Google, Sprint Team on WiMax Mobile Services
As part of its strategy to increase its presence in as many Web-enabled mobile devices as possible, Google has agreed to collaborate with Sprint Nextel to offer a range of Internet services to users of the U.S. operator's planned new WiMax network.
Clearwire: First WiMax Notebook Card OK'd by FCC
Regulators have approved the first WiMax wireless broadband laptop PC card to be offered by Clearwire, and it should be available to users later this year, the company said Tuesday.
Platinum Communications Corporation Reports Financial Results for the ...
The acquisition of three competitors in the year contributed the majority of the increase and accelerated activity with our commercial clients provided the balance of the increase.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
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Save Big With The FreedomPop Samsung Galaxy SII Phone Bundle [Deals]
The Samsung Galaxy SII might not be the hottest phone on the market right now, but it still has a 1.2 GHz Dual Core processor, crisp 4.52" screen, and dual cameras packed into an elegant design.
LTE Launched in Cote d'Ivoire By Yoomee, More Countries to Follow
After becoming the market leader of broadband Internet in , YooMee Africa continues its expansion by deploying an LTE network in Cte d'Ivoire where it expects to get up to 40 to 60 000 clients by 2017.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Vee TIME outlines plans to merge Tatung InfoComm and VMAX
Under the plans, Tatung InfoComm, which provides services in the central and southern parts of the country, and Telecom, which operates in the north, will be combined under the former's banner.
Canadian digital strategy isn't very smart, says consultant
The federal government's new funding of broadband projects to ensure Canadians in outlying communities have access to Internet delivering at least 5 Mbps is less than inspiring for communities hoping to become smart cities, says a consultant.
WhatsApp driving mobile data boom
DIGICEL says it has nearly a million mobile phone users actively using data on devices in Jamaica, against the background of a "massive explosion" in demand for WhatsApp and other mobile data platforms.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
YooMee Africa launches TD-LTE network in Cote d'Ivoire
Swiss-owned wireless broadband provider YooMee Africa has launched its Time-Division Long Term Evolution network in Cote d'Ivoire, referring to the deployment as 'West Africa's first TD-LTE network'.
Qubee/Wateen enlist Huawei for network upgrade
Chinese vendor Huawei has signed an agreement with WiMAX operators Qubee and Wateen to supply equipment for the duo to upgrade their infrastructure to support 4G services, the Daily Times writes.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Sprint Plots WiMax Shut Down, Backhaul Upgrade
Sprint is planning to shut-down its WiMax network by the end of 2015 as it upgrades its backhaul to support its 3G upgrades and 4G rollout.
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BRIEF: Sprint to shut off WiMax network by the end of 2015 [The Kansas City Star :: ]
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) April 08--Sprint Corp. plans to shut down its WiMax wireless service by the end of 2015 as it replaces the older technology with Long Term Evolution, or LTE, service.