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Augere Pakistan to invest $10mln in LTE – The News International

KARACHI: A Dutch telecom firm would roll out long-term evolution (LTE) technology in 11 cities across the country with an investment of $10 million, officials said on Tuesday.  Augere Pakistan will become the first company in the country to deploy corporate LTE in 11 cities, they said at a seminar. Currently, LTE service is available to mobile phone users alone, ... Read More »

Building an LTE network using Wi-Fi spectrum – MyBroadband

MulteFire recently released the latest version of its specification – Release 1.0, Version 1.0.1 – which makes it possible to build a network with LTE-like performance and Wi-Fi-like simplicity. MulteFire is an LTE-based technology that operates in unlicensed spectrum and doesn’t require an “anchor” in licensed spectrum. The new technology broadens the LTE ecosystem to entities that may not own ... Read More »

SpiderCloud targets the enterprise with 'frequency agile,' and LTE-U small cells – RCR Wireless News

New small cells products are focused on providing flexibility in spectrum, both licensed and unlicensed, options for enterprise Last week SpiderCloud Wireless, which targets carriers and enterprises with its small cells platform, broadened its product portfolio with two new units designed to enable greater flexibility for in-building wireless connectivity. The two new releases include a “frequency agile” small cell and a ... Read More »

Orange Jordan has reached 95 per cent 4G/LTE coverage – Khaleej Times

What new technologies has Orange deployed? Orange Jordan has launched several next-generation networks, including LTE, Fiber-To-The Home (FTTH), Fiber-To-The-Business (FTTB) and IMS. Today, we have reached 95 percent 4G/LTE coverage, deployed 6,000 kilometers of FTTB cable, and are in process of installing more than 700 kilometers of FTTH cable, collectively covering the main cities of the Kingdom. How is Orange ... Read More »

On path to gigabit LTE, Sprint moving download/upload configuration to 3-1 to support 12-1 traffic ratio – FierceWireless

AUSTIN, Texas—Sprint’s VP of technology said the carrier is in the process of tweaking its network to align it more closely with actual customer usage. Specifically, Sprint’s Ron Marquardt said the carrier is changing its download/upload configuration to 3 to 1, to support a 12-to-1 traffic ratio. In a presentation here at the 5G North America trade conference, Marquardt explained that Sprint’s upload/download network configuration ... Read More »