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Samsung's got a new 10nm octa-core chip with gigabit LTE for flagship phones – Ars Technica

(A fancy render of) Samsung’s latest high-end phone chip. Samsung Mobile World Congress is just around the corner, which means news about new mobile processors and modems is flying fast and thick. The latest announcement is from Samsung, which today unveiled its latest flagship Exynos chip for high-end smartphones. The Exynos 9 8895 combines eight CPU cores with an ARM Mali-G71 ... Read More »

Samsung's next smartphone chip is ready for gigabit LTE – Engadget

Samsung Mobile World Congress is nearly upon us, giving Samsung ample reason to show off the latest product from its chip foundries. The company has announced the Exynos 9 Series 8895, a flagship CPU that’s made with a 10-nanometer manufacturing process. The smaller circuits, it’s hoped, will offer 27 percent better performance while drawing 40 percent less battery. The 8895 ... Read More »

​Samsung successfully trials video streaming on PS-LTE – ZDNet

Samsung Electronics has successfully trialed seamless live video streaming on a PS-LTE network, the company said. The South Korean tech giant used Mission Critical PTT (MCPTT) technology — becoming the first to trial the international standard — to stream the videos, it said. Samsung’s trial involved seamless video calls between the control centre and the handset, streaming high-resolution video and ... Read More »

Freshly FCC-approved LTE-U wireless rolls out on T-Mobile this spring – TechCrunch

The FCC has given several companies the go-ahead to activate a wireless technology called LTE-U in their base stations; if all goes as planned, devices will be able to communicate cellular data over unlicensed frequencies technically overlapping with those of Wi-Fi. The basic idea behind LTE-U (and related techniques called License Assisted Access and MuLTEfire) is that some frequencies in ... Read More »

Analyst Angle: Gigabit LTE – easier said than done – RCR Wireless News

Editor’s Note: In the Analyst Angle section, we’ve collected a group of the industry’s leading analysts to give their outlook on the hot topics in the wireless industry. A gigabit connection is the most important and desirable component of an LTE-Advanced Pro network. A substantial improvement in data throughput not only generates a better mobile broadband user experience, but also ... Read More »

Don't wait for 5G: LTE could be your key to IoT – PCWorld

One of the many whiz-bang features promised in 5G is a new way of connecting millions of small, low-powered IoT devices. But there’s no need to wait: Two forms of LTE tuned for IoT have entered a market that’s already heating up with rapidly expanding specialist networks. The new standards, LTE-M and NB-IoT, were completed last year and will share ... Read More »

Qualcomm's new LTE modem will make gigabit download speeds easier to hit – Ars Technica

Enlarge Qualcomm Last year around Mobile World Congress, Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon X16, billed as the company’s first “gigabit” LTE modem. Most of you still don’t have an X16 in your phones, though that will change in the next few months with the imminent arrival of the Snapdragon 835 processor and the flagship phones that use it. But Qualcomm has already moved ... Read More »

Mobile LTE granted satellite service provider license – Bangkok Post

Mr.Varayuth Yenbamroong, CEO and Co-Founder, Mobile LTE Co., Ltd. led his staffs and management team to meet with the Commissioner of National Broadcasting and Telecommunication Commission (NBTC). Receiving the Type Three Satellite Business License Kor/60/001 to conduct the business and provide the communications satellite services, with a license period of 15 years starting from the January 23rd, 2017 – January ... Read More »

LTE: A Letter From Campus Ministry to Students – The Heights

In response to Carolyn Freeman’s Heights article this past Monday, Feb. 12, 2017, “University Must Support Student Activists”, Campus Ministry would like to share the resources it’s making available to students affected by recent political events, especially in this time of angst, uncertainty, and even, sadly, ongoing threat of personal safety. Recognizing these circumstances, and with a passionate grounding in ... Read More »