• Qualcomm
    Nokia, Qualcomm Test LTE-A 3-band CA

    Nokia Networks and Qualcomm have completed operability testing for LTE-Advanced three-band carrier aggregation (CA), capable of achieving peak speeds of 300Mbps. The tests involved aggregating 40MHz of spectrum across the three 3GPP spectrum bands used by SK Telecom. Interoperability testing was performed at the Nokia Networks laboratory in Germany. They used base stations from Nokia…

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    Ravi Shankar Prasad Clears Samsung Investment

    Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has cleared an investment proposal of Samsung in the field of electronics manufacturing, a day before leaving for South Korea to woo investments from companies. “I have cleared Samsung’s proposal under MSIPS (modified special incentive package scheme),” Prasad told reporters here, without disclosing details. Samsung was among the first set…

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    Telecom Subscriber Base Crosses 95 crore Mark Again in August

    Telecom subscriber base crossed the 95-crore mark in August, after a gap of more than two years, on the back of higher mobile users whose number touched 92.43 crore. “The number of telephone subscribers in India increased from 946.4 million at the end of July, 2014 to 951.84 million at the end of August, 2014,”…

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  • China Mobile, KPN Test VoLTE Roaming

    China Mobile, Dutch telco KPN and its subsidiary iBasis have completed a field trial of IMS-based international VoLTE roaming. The operators are testing the technology ahead of the planned commercial implementation of VoLTE roaming between China and the Netherlands. China Mobile plans to commercially launch VoLTE at the end of the year and introduce VoLTE…

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    Apple Ships 55000 iPhone Units for Launch in India to Avoid Shortage

    Apple is shipping 50,000-55,000 units of its new iPhones to India in the first phase to ensure there is adequate supplies for Thursday midnight’s launch, despite a simultaneous launch in China and huge global demand, two of its top trade partners said. According to them, the first lot of shipment will be sufficient to meet…

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  • Spectrum_Indian government
    TRAI Recommends Higher Base Price for Spectrum Auctions, Telcos Miffed

    The telecom regulator has proposed to set the base price of 1800 MHz band in the upcoming spectrum auctions at 10% more than the previous round, a recommendation that operators and analysts say is likely to hurt an industry that is laden with debt and facing an uncertain business environment. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of…

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