Mobile Music To Their Ears
- Up and away. Luna, Lynnette // Telephony;04/23/2001, Vol. 240 Issue 17, p16
Announces that despite the troubling economic times, wireless telephone companies reported their subscriber numbers for the first quarter of 2001 that met or exceeded analysts' expectations. Attitude of customers toward wireless telephones; Forecast on competition among wireless companies.
- POURING MONEY INTO A HOLE. Bradner, Scott // Network World;11/27/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 48, p52
Comments on different issues and concerns in the telecommunications sector as of November 27, 2000. Amount spent by telephone carriers to buy licenses to offer third-generation wireless phone and Internet services; Absurd amounts of money spent on radio frequency auctions.
- Telecommunications: what's new, what's now. Ward, Elizabeth // New Hampshire Business Review;11/03/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 24, p6a
Reports on trends in the telecommunications industry in New Hampshire as of November 16, 2000. Factors to consider when choosing a telephone service provider; Advantages and disadvantages of wireless communication systems; Emergence of unified messaging service. INSET: Telecommunications made...
- Resignations hit privatisation plan. // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;12/1/2006, Vol. 50 Issue 48, p47
The article reveals that the attempts of the government of Lebanon to reform the telecommunications sector have been hit by new delays following the resignation of six cabinet ministers in mid-November 2006. The crisis has forced Beirut to postpone the appointment of members of the...
- Mobile patents issue exposes wider motivations. A.B. // Telecommunications - International Edition;Sep98, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p13
Reports on the correlation between defending wireless telecommunication markets and intellectual property rights (IPR) illustrated by the refusal of wireless equipment manufacturer Qualcomm Inc. to license its IPR for the European Telecommunications Standards Institute. Terms set by the company...
- LTE trials gear up as clock counts down to deployment. Bushell-Embling, Dylan // Telecom Asia;Dec2009, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p14
The article reports on the increased pace of Long Term Evolution (LTE) network trials commissioned by operators worldwide. Top-tier operators like SingTel, Telecom Italia, and Telefonica commission LTE trials. Many operators commit to launch LTE in various countries. Dell'Oro analyst Scott...
- Duopoly faces up to competition. Hadfield, Will // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;11/9/2007, Vol. 51 Issue 45, p63
The article reports on the telecommunication industry in Kuwait. In early 2008, the duopoly serving Kuwait's mobile phone market will come to an end. Zain and Wataniya, the two beneficiaries of the Kuwaiti market, will be joined by a third operator. Etisalat of the United Arab Emirates,...
- The Real WORLD. O'Shea, Dan // Telephony;4/3/2006, Vol. 247 Issue 6, p50
The article discusses the author's experience of moderating a panel about Mobile WiMAX. The panel focused on the future of the WiMAX as a broadband wireless technology. They involved the audience in the discussion and questions raised enlightened the author. Furthermore, it indicates that the...
- Fixed minutes go mobile - but don't cut the cord. Waring, Joseph // Telecom Asia;Jun2004, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p20
Reports on the progress of mobile phone penetration in Asia. Impact of mobile growth on the number of active fixed lines; Expansion of the uptake of broadband over fixed-lines; Implications of the introduction of 3G for the trend toward complete substitution.