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Chinese vendor Huawei has signed an agreement with WiMAX operators Qubee and Wateen to supply equipment for the duo to upgrade their infrastructure to support 4G services, the Daily Times... more
Keybridge International (Hong Kong) Investment Company has completed the acquisition of a 65% stake in Cambodian telecoms company Emaxx for USD15 million, Xinhua reports, citing officials of the two companies.... more
Sprint Corporation expects to shut down its Clearwire-branded WiMAX service by the end of 2015, according to the company’s 10-K Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing. In the document, Sprint... more
Serbian telecoms watchdog the Republic Agency for Electronic Communications (Ratel) has invited expressions of interest for licences for broadband wireless access (BWA) or mobile/fixed communication networks (MCFN), including frequencies in... more
Plans outlined by the Taiwanese government to release three LTE-suitable blocks of spectrum in the 2600MHz band have been objected to by three of the country’s existing WiMAX operators. According... more
Gambian WiMAX wireless broadband internet provider Netpage has expanded its commercial ‘4G Max Evolution’ network to Brikama, the regional capital of the country’s Western Division, the ISP announced via a... more
Taiwan’s National Communications Commission (NCC) is said to have unveiled plans to release three blocks of spectrum in the 2600MHz band, the Digitimes reports. Under the state’s proposals a total... more
Italian WiMAX operator Linkem has commenced its gradual transition towards Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology, it has confirmed – in collaboration with Paris-based Sequans Communications. 4G chipmaker Sequans has supplied... more
In an interview with TeleGeography Research, Daniel Kupsin, private investor and the new owner of Bulgarian wireless broadband operator Max Telecom, discussed some of the challenges the company is facing... more
Bangladesh Internet Exchange Ltd (BIEL) – an ISP which forms part of the Bangladeshi-Russian wireless broadband venture operating under the Ollo brand – has confirmed in a press release that... more