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Osnova Telecom (also known as Base Telecom) has successfully demonstrated Long Term Evolution-Advanced (LTE-A) technology in its Moscow laboratory. The test, which used Huawei Technologies equipment, achieved maximum download speeds... more
Equatorial Guinean WiMAX provider Guineanet has selected Altai to provide its A8-Ein Wi-Fi hotspot solution. The Wi-Fi system will use Guineanet’s WiMAX network in the capital Malabo and Bata, the... more
Slovakia’s telecoms regulator, the Office for Electronic Communications & Postal Services (RU), has opened a public consultation to discuss the sale of wireless spectrum in the 1800MHz and 3500MHz bands.... more
The Nepalese government has revealed more details about its planned sale of technology-neutral spectrum for wireless broadband services. According to a report from The Himalayan, an initial sale will offer... more
Bahamas-based operator IP Solutions International (IPSI) has set aside BSD40 million (USD39.79 million) to invest in infrastructure over the next two years, if its acquisition by Limitless Mobile Holdings is... more
The two Bangladeshi ISPs jointly operating wireless broadband services under the ‘Ollo’ brand – New Generation Graphics Ltd and Bangladesh Internet Exchange Ltd (BIEL) – have received regulatory permission to... more
Estonian telecoms operator Elisa switched off its legacy WiMAX network on 1 July 2014, more than two years after stopping sales of WiMAX devices to residential users. According to TeleGeography’s... more
Azeri WiMAX operator AzQtel, which provides services under the SAZZ brand, has expanded its network to a number of new settlements and municipalities in and around the capital Baku and... more
Chennai Telephones, a division of state-owned telco Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL), has announced that it will cease WiMAX services from 30 June following the parent company’s decision to relinquish... more
Bahraini wireless broadband operator Menatelecom has given a free package upgrade to all its WiMAX-based customers, boosting their monthly data volume threshold by between 2GB and 40GB at no additional... more