02/19/2015 | By NETMANIAS
Samsung Electronics today announced the launch of its Public Safety solution based on LTE technology (PS-LTE). LTE allows for efficient, cost-effective data and multimedia delivery, and is intended to be both upgradeable and extendable, making it a prime candidate for operating the next generation of public safety networks.
02/16/2015 | By Y.J. Lee
Ericsson-LG has started to work in earnest on finalizing its SDN·NFV·Cloud integration strategy that would bring evolution and innovation in service providers' networks. Ms. Insook Cho, head of Ericsson-LG Could/IPBB/I&S Solution Team, said, “Service operators today are burdened with the challenge of providing less-complicated networks, making network operation and management simpler and more efficient, and creating more sales and profits, all at the same time.
02/11/2015 | By Ahn Ho-cheon
SK Telecom officially announced that it would participate in the National Disaster and Safety Communication Network (hereinafter referred to as the emergency network) project.
02/10/2015 | By NETMANIAS
Ericsson and Qualcomm Technologies to demonstrate LAA at Mobile World Congress 2015 for Verizon, SK Telecom and T-Mobile
02/05/2015 | By NETMANIAS
On February 5, KT announced that with Ericsson it has successfully demonstrated Dynamic Interference Control (DIC), one of the core 5G technologies, for the first time in the world.
02/04/2015 | By Ahn Ho-cheon
SK Telecom organized the National Disaster and Safety Communication Network (hereinafter referred to as the emergency network) TFT (task force team). As a result, all three mobile carriers have dedicated teams for winning the emergency network project and are going head to head with one another.
02/04/2015 | By NETMANIAS
SK Telecom announced on the 4th that it has developed a new base station-based intelligent mobile network control technology called 'P-LTE (Private-LTE)'. The new technology is known to be capable of separating private networks from public LTE networks.
01/29/2015 | By NETMANIAS
KT and Qualcomm agreed to jointly develop an 'LTE-based IoT security gateway solution'.
01/28/2015 | By NETMANIAS
SK Telecom today announced that it, together with Nokia Networks, commercialized a core LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) technology called ‘Enhanced Inter-Cell Interference Coordination (eICIC)’ for the first time in the world.
01/27/2015 | By Kim Seung-gyu
The competition between Samsung Electronics and Qualcomm over smartphone application processors (AP) has been ignited. Public attention is drawn to whether SEC will be able to destroy the stronghold that Qualcomm has had for a long time with the Exynos 7420 based on the 14nm process.
01/21/2015 | By Kim Yong-joo
Samsung Electronics will officially launch the ‘Galaxy Note 4 S-LTE’ on January 21. It supports the 3-band Carrier Aggregation (CA) for the first time in the world. It is only 7 months after the company released the ‘Galaxy S5 Broadband LTE-A’ for 3 times faster broadband LTE-A service last June.
01/20/2015 | By NETMANIAS
On January 20, KT announced that, targeting all customers, it launched commercial service of “Broadband LTE-A X4”, which is four times faster than the existing LTE, in time for the official launch of Samsung Electronics’ “Galaxy Note 4 S-LTE.
01/19/2015 | By Ahn Ho-cheon
Samsung 'Galaxy Note 4S-LET' and LG 'G Flex 2' fight for pride over performance. The telecommunication and cell phone industry began to compete with one another in 3-band Carrier Aggregation (CA) marketing. With the LG G Flex 2 scheduled to be released on January 30, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 S-LTE is forecast to be launched earlier than that.
01/07/2015 | By Ahn Ho-cheon
LG Uplus is accelerating the commercialization of 3-band carrier aggregation (CA). As LG Electronics (LGE) unveiled the 'G Flex 2' supporting the 3-band CA at the Consumer Electronics Show in the US on January 5 (local time), LG Uplus is now able to launch commercial service pretty soon. Samsung Electronics (SEC) is also scheduled to officially release the Galaxy Note 4 3-LTE this month. The speed competition among mobile carriers is forecast to intensify.
12/31/2014 | By NETMANIAS
Samsung Electronics today announced it has deployed the world’s first Tri-Band Carrier Aggregation (CA) technology in an LTE commercial network, increasing download speed to 300 Mbps, four times faster than a normal LTE network.
12/31/2014 | By NETMANIAS
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., today announced the world’s first commercially available LTE Advanced (LTE-A) Tri-Band Carrier Aggregation (CA) smartphone. The LTE-A Tri-Band CA enabled Galaxy Note 4 will provide a download peak speed of 300Mbps, four times faster than the speed of today’s 4G LTE service.
12/30/2014 | By Kang Yoon-seung
South Korea's ICT ministry said Tuesday the broadband long-term evolution advanced (LTE-A) service provided by SK Telecom Co. posted the fastest download speed compared to other local rivals in 2014.
12/29/2014 | By An Ho-cheon
SK Telecom starts the 3-band carrier aggregation (CA) commercial service for the first time in the world. KT decided to operate 3-band CA trial zones.
12/29/2014 | By NETMANIAS
SK Telecom today announced that it launched commercial 3-band LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) service for the first time in the world. 3-band LTE-A service offers data speeds of up to 300Mbps by aggregating three component carriers in three different frequency bands: 20MHz bandwidth in 1.8GHz band, 10MHz bandwidth in 800MHz band, and 10MHz bandwidth in 2.1GHz band.
12/28/2014 | By NETMANIAS
Samsung Electronics announced “Galaxy Note4 S-LTE,” the smartphone supporting world‘s first three-band LTE-A service on December 28.
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