Novatel Wireless Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit against Franklin Wireless and ZTE (California)

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Novatel Wireless, Inc., a provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced that it has filed a lawsuit against Franklin Wireless Corp., ZTE Corp. and ZTE (USA), Inc. for infringing on five Novatel Wireless’ patents related to key architecture and functionality of the MiFi® family of Intelligent Mobile Hotspots. The suit was filed in the United States District Court for …

EditorNovatel Wireless Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit against Franklin Wireless and ZTE (California)

Peruvian WiMAX launch to go ahead in 2011

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Perusat aims to cover seven Peruvian cities with its new WiMAX network by May 2011, having inked network equipment deals with ZTE, which will provide financing for the majority of the required equipment. The company has not yet set dates for the project, but Jose Aranda operations director of ChinaTel, the U.S.-based company that acquired mobile broadband licensee Perusat in …

EditorPeruvian WiMAX launch to go ahead in 2011

Huawei bags one third of LTE contract

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Huawei is the LTE market leader in terms of contracts signed, accounting for more than a third of the deals signed to date, according to reports. That’s more than twice as many as 4G deals as the nearest rivals, Ericsson and Nokia Siemens. Certainly, the sizes of those deals are with developing market operators. When it comes to the dollars, …

EditorHuawei bags one third of LTE contract

CSL and ZTE Launches LTE/DC-HSPA+ Network

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­China’s ZTE has deployed the world’s first LTE/DC-HSPA+ network, for Hong Kong based mobile network, CSL. Since the launch of the Next G network in early 2009, data traffic has increased by more than 65 times, and now comprises more than 80% of CSL’s total network traffic: rapid growth that will continue, with CSL projecting that traffic in Hong Kong …

EditorCSL and ZTE Launches LTE/DC-HSPA+ Network

ZTE Wins Peruvian Network Supply Contract

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ChinaTel Group subsidiary, Perusat has selected ­China’s ZTE for a deployment of a wireless broadband telecommunications network in Peru. The total value of the contract is expected to be around $48 million over the next seven years. The purchase orders for the first phase have a value of $6.98 million. ZTE is financing 85% of the cost of infrastructure equipment …

EditorZTE Wins Peruvian Network Supply Contract

US orders Huawei to clear acquisition of domestic start-up

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US authorities have taken the bizarre step by ordering Huawei to clear the acquisition of a domestic start-up, despite the deal closing in May. Security officials at the Pentagon consider that the purchase of 3Leaf should have been cleared by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (Cfius), which taxes the national security implications of acquisitions by overseas firms. …

EditorUS orders Huawei to clear acquisition of domestic start-up

China Unicom and ZTE plans to launch WoStore in Hong Kong

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ZTE Corporation is panning to mutually introduce China Unicom’s multi-platform, multi-device application store – ‘WoStore’ in Hong Kong. According to ZTE Vice President Yu Yifang, with a unique advantageous WCDMA network, China Unicom is optimistic about the potential of its WoStore service. ZTE is honored to be the sole partner for the online service platform and to jointly promote this …

EditorChina Unicom and ZTE plans to launch WoStore in Hong Kong

China Unicom to Launch Linux-based Smartphone

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China Unicom is planning to release its own Linux-based smart phone at the end of the year in China, as the company confronts slow revenue growth and increasing competition. According to Zhang Zhijiang the head of China Unicom’s tech and research institute, the device is tentatively being called the ‘Uphone’. No price has been determined, but the smart phone is …

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China’s ZTE expects LTE business doubling in 2011

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ZTE Corp, China telecoms equipment maker aims to at least double its commercial 4G wireless business next year, as carriers upgrade network for faster data services and Web surfing. According to Li Jian, head of the company’s LTE division, ZTE currently had contracts for 50 LTE networks worldwide, with seven of those to build commercial networks and the rest for …

EditorChina’s ZTE expects LTE business doubling in 2011

ZTE Launches Android Handsets in Europe

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ZTE Corporation will launch smart phones based on the Android operating system of Google Inc. in Europe, whose sales volume is likely to top 300,000, revealed the spokesperson of the leading global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions. The smart phones will be equipped with 3.5-inch touch screens and sold in the name of Blade by French mobile communications …

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