Vendors set up $100 million joint venture to develop and promote the 3G technology

To mark the official start of the joint activities for 3G/TD-SCDMA mobile communication technology, Siemens Information and Communication Mobile (Siemens mobile) and Huawei Technologies have signed a contract for the formation of the joint venture.

"Vodafone beats market expectations in launching the first 3G datacard service in the UK"

Ahead of its original schedule, Vodafone UK announces the launch of its Vodafone Mobile Connect 3G/GPRS datacard service for its corporate customers.  From Monday 16th February, Vodafone UK will launch Europe’s first high-speed laptop datacard with the start of targeted marketing activity to its key corporate customers.

Datacards for the time being in seven countries

Vodafone today announces the commercial launch of its 3G services in Europe. The first service from Vodafone will be the Vodafone Mobile Connect 3G/GPRS datacard, Europe’s first high speed lap top datacard.

With data rates of up to 384kbps, the Vodafone Mobile Connect 3G/GPRS datacard will enable Vodafone customers to access all their usual office applications like e-mail, calendar and internet at up to ten times the speed of GPRS. 

Companies show operators can save millions of dollars through a joint approach to user interface updates and data synchronisation

Trigenix, the mobile interface company, and Voxmobili, a multi-access software and solutions company, today announced that they are working together to provision mobile user interface content over a standard data synchronisation channel.

Anritsu  has introduced hardware and software for its MT8820C that extends the capability of the tester to support measurement of parametric data during an LTE test mode call. Capable of conducting TS36.521-1-compliant transmit and receive tests, the enhanced MT8820C can now serve as an Enhanced Node B (eNode B) signaling simulator, adding to current capability for non-signaling test. The new eNode B signaling capability enables LTE device makers to more cost-efficiently ensure the performance of their products while improving time-to-market, says Anritsu.