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Local Wireless Network Upgrade Extends Access to Advanced Products, Services and Applications
Cheat Lake, West Virginia, October 19, 2011
AT&T today announced the availability of its mobile broadband network in Cheat Lake, extending access for advanced mobile services, devices and feature-rich audio and video content to customers in the area.
AT&T is an industry leader in delivering the benefits of mobile broadband networks, devices and applications. With the nation’s fastest mobile broadband network, AT&T provides accelerated mobile data speeds and simultaneous voice and data capabilities for an amazing wireless voice and data experience.
“Demand for wireless bandwidth is growing rapidly, and we want to meet that demand for our customers,” said J. Michael Schweder, president of AT&T Mid-Atlantic. “We’re excited to bring mobile broadband to Cheat Lake. Our recently announced agreement to acquire T-Mobile USA also represents a major commitment to strengthen and expand our network. In fact, this deal, if approved, means that we’ll be able to expand the next generation of mobile broadband – 4G LTE – from our current plan of 80 percent of the U.S. population to more than 97 percent.”
SwissQual AG today unveiled a unique new suite of product for handheld radio network RF optimization and mobile network quality assessment: QualiPoc Handheld Android RF and Android QA.
New QualiPoc Handheld Android RF & Android QA are handheld RF optimization systems for field engineers who need to optimize and troubleshoot radio access networks, providing unique capabilities, with an all-new design, and revolutionary, open pricing model.
July 22, 2011
HONG KONG – July 22, 2011 — Jump into the heart of the action with the splash and dust-resistant Motorola EX232 touch screen mobile phone from Motorola Mobility Hong Kong, Ltd. With its attractive and durable design and great price, the Motorola EX232 enables you to live life for the moment without worrying about your phone, whether hanging out on the beach, relaxing poolside, or rollicking at the rowdiest festival scenes. Motorola EX232 will be available for HK$999 from 22 July, 2011.
Adax, SURF and RadiSys Deliver Cost-Effective ATCA-based LTE Circuit Switched Fallback Solution to APAC Network Provider
June 15th, 2011, Oakland, CA, Tel Aviv, Israel, Hillsboro, OR – Adax, SURF Communication Solutions and RadiSys, global leaders in telecom solutions, today announced the successful delivery of a key component in the migration to LTE – CSFB (Circuit Switched Fallback) – to a major APAC provider of integrated wireless solutions. The customer was impressed by the close cooperation among the partners, all members of the RadiSys Alliance Partner Program (RAPP), in providing this standards-based solution in a rapid timeframe.
CSFB enables mobile operators to quickly and economically roll out voice services in conjunction with their LTE networks. It allows mobile devices to “fall back” to GSM or UMTS domains for incoming or outgoing voice calls, Subscribers maintain access to the wide array of rich circuit-switched capabilities, including international roaming while enjoying LTE broadband access to the Internet. The joint solution is NEBS-ready and is based on cutting-edge commercial off-the-shelf technologies from all three partners, integrating Adax’ flexible HDC3 interface cards and SURF’s voice processing subsystem into RadiSys’ ATCA server platform.
Outdoor devices take network connectivity to systems, cameras and sites
London, UK, Monday 6th June, 2011 – German networking specialists LANCOM Systems expands its product range with two new VPN routers for outdoor applications: The LANCOM OAP-3G is a cellular router with integrated multi-mode HSPA+ modem. The LANCOM OAP-321-3G additionally offers 802.11n wireless LAN. The devices have a water-tight, very hard-wearing metal housing (IP66 protection class) and are designed to operate between -33 and +70°C. Applications for the routers include the use of cellular networks to provide Internet connections to outdoor systems such as video cameras, traffic-monitoring systems, and solar or wind power plants. The model equipped with wireless LAN is ideal for setting up nomadic hotspots, for example at events or in marinas, or for networking construction sites.
Provides fast, efficient and certain solution to impending spectrum exhaust challenges facing AT&T and T-Mobile USA in key markets due to explosive demand for mobile broadband
Enhances network capacity, output and quality in near term for both companies’ customers
AT&T commits to expand 4G LTE deployment to an additional 46.5 million Americans, including in rural, smaller communities, for a total of 294 million or 95% of the U.S. population
Provides 4G LTE service for T-Mobile USA’s 34 million subscribers
More than $8 billion in incremental infrastructure spend by a U.S. company over seven years, enabling nation’s high-tech industry, innovation and economic growth
Creates substantial value for AT&T shareholders through large, straightforward synergies
Dallas, Texas, Bonn, Germany, March 20, 2011
AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) and Deutsche Telekom AG (FWB: DTE) today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which AT&T will acquire T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom in a cash-and-stock transaction currently valued at approximately $39 billion. The agreement has been approved by the Boards of Directors of both companies.
AT&T’s acquisition of T-Mobile USA provides an optimal combination of network assets to add capacity sooner than any alternative, and it provides an opportunity to improve network quality in the near term for both companies’ customers. In addition, it provides a fast, efficient and certain solution to the impending exhaustion of wireless spectrum in some markets, which limits both companies’ ability to meet the ongoing explosive demand for mobile broadband.