• GCF and GSA figures show growth in LTE device launches, but in what bands?

    Two things have put LTE spectrum band support in devices in the news recently. Most obvious was the new iPad which was released with LTE support, but only as an option in certain frequency bands — and not at all in the European LTE bands at 800MHz and 2.6GHz. It seemed to come as a shock to many in the non-tech (and even some in the tech) press that LTE support doesn't always mean LTE support.

  • Everything Everywhere gets initial go-ahead for 1800MHz LTE

    UK regulator Ofcom has said it will allow Everything Everywhere to reuse its 1800MHz spectrum for LTE services this year, following an application made earlier this year by the operator to extend its existing license for the spectrum to LTE.

    Everything Everywhere plans to have commercial services operating in the 1800MHz frequency before the end of this year, although service will be limited to laptop/notebook dongles and USB devices.

  • Radisys' Ray Adensamer outlines how the company's MPX-12000, its Multimedia Resource Function, will enable operators to monetise mobile video by offering differentiated and personalised real-time mobile video services.