Dish Network announced it recently completed a test of an LTE fixed wireless Internet technology that delivered speeds of 20 to 50 Mbps using 2.5 GHz BRS spectrum. Dish conducted the tests with regional wireless carrier nTelos, but Dish has said it would deploy virtually the exact same type of service if it is successful in purchasing spectrum from Clearwire.
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AT&T Mobility is pushing for more international Wi-Fi roaming agreements between carriers and Wi-Fi providers as part of a wider push to make it more seamless for carriers and their customers to offload traffic from cellular networks onto Wi-Fi.
Alcatel-Lucent CEO Michel Combes is a week away from announcing his new plans to turn around the struggling vendor as he seeks to put his own stamp on the company in the wake of former CEO Ben Verwaayen.
In addition to planning cheaper models of the iPhone, as has been rumored before, Apple also is considering producing iPhones with larger screens, according to a Reuters report.