Mobile vendor strategies - 17/02/08

Publié le par Jean Arnal

NextWave has expanded its ecosystem to enable innovative, end-to-end WiMAX solutions. The strategy is to speed up time -to-market, and develop innovative products in partnership.

Ericsson and Altobridge are partnering to develop and roll out GSM coverage in isolated and low- density regions.

Ericsson has unveiled new multi standard base station, RBS 6000 Series, which supports GSM/EDGE, WCDMA/HSPA and LTE in a single package.

NextWave Wireless announced its plan to deliver high-performance LTE network solutions beginning in 2009.

ALU is developing an application for RI M's BlackBerry platform to track usage.

LG targets developing 3G mobile phones with global roaming to nine wireless carriers in 2H08.

ZTE demonstrated its new 5.76Mbps High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) network equipment. It also launched the world's first pre-commercial software designed radio base station, ZXGW B8036 SDR, supporting both GSM and WCDMA. ZTE targets mobile phone sales at 50m units in 2008.

Nokia signs with Orange for its Ovi services, and will integrate Google search services in some of its models (mainly Series N).

Sony Ericsson announced a new smartphone range, called Xperia, with Windows Mobile 6 OS.

Spice (India) will launch a very low-cost mobile phone at $20, while

Infineon, Jurong, TJAT et Brightstar (Singapore) plan to launch a low range smartphone at $25.

Qualcomm and Huawei sign deal to cooperate on advanced UMTS receiver technology.

Nortel announced it has developed an enhancement to EDGE platforms to increase speeds and reduce spectrum used.

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