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Russian telco Mobile TeleSystems (MTS) has commercially launched a WiMAX network in the Far East and Eastern Siberia, offering wireless broadband access at speeds of up to 300Mbps, while also... more
Angolan broadband access provider Net One – part of the MSTelcom group owned by national oil firm Sonangol – announced at an event in Luanda that it will launch a... more
WiMAX provider Olo has unveiled plans to invest USD88 million over the next five years on the construction of 1,000 Long Term Evolution (LTE) base stations, El Comercio writes. The... more
US mobile giant Sprint Corp has set 6 November 2015 as the shutdown date for the WiMAX network operated by its Clearwire subsidiary. Online journal Android Central broke the news,... more
GSM frequencies in the Crimean Federal District could potentially be auctioned within the next four-to-six months, InterFax reports, quoting Alexander Zharov, head of Roskomnadzor. Zharov has reportedly noted that the... more
Guyanese internet service provider (ISP) E-Networks has signed an agreement with O3b to use the company’s ‘fibre in the sky’ satellite broadband network, making it the first Latin American telecoms... more
Globe Telecom and Alcatel-Lucent have signed a contract for transformation of Globe’s wireless network infrastructure in Visayas and Mindanao from WiMAX to LTE-TDD and LTE-FDD technology. The Filipino operator will... more
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