AT&T is going to conduct a live, in-stadium trial demonstration of AT&T LTE Broadcast technology. And, unlike the demonstration rival Verizon conducted outside the MetLife Stadium for the Super Bowl in 2014, AT&T plans to conduct this trial inside AT&T Stadium when the Ohio State Buckeyes meet the Oregon Ducks for the first-ever college football national championship in Arlington, Texas, on Jan. 12.
In addition to developing new mobile devices capable of delivering live video using LTE Multicast technology, Verizon Wireless is talking to consumer electronics (CE) manufacturers about integrating LTE Multicast with connected TV devices, a top Verizon executive said Wednesday.
Sequans Communications won certification from Verizon Wireless for two more single-mode LTE modules, the VZ20M and VZ21M, which are both designed to add plug-and-play LTE connectivity to tablets and mobile computers.
Chipmaker Sequans Communications said its foray into LTE is starting to pay off, though the company continues to lose money.
Sequans Communications expects its LTE business to pick up during the second half of 2013, but the chipmaker is still struggling to make up for decreased revenues from plummeting sales of WiMAX products.
Chipmaker Sequans Communications introduced a new line of LTE semiconductors for embedded devices but also acknowledged that its switch in focus from WiMAX to LTE is still far from profitable.
Chipmaker Sequans Communications is trying to keep a lid on expenses as it transitions from WiMAX to LTE. Nonetheless it did enjoy some upsides to its existing WiMAX business during the second quarter of 2012.
D2 Technologies and Sequans communications announced a voice-over-LTE reference solution that combines D2's mCue software client with Sequans' sQN3110 LTE baseband chip, which is the foundation for Sequans' second-generation Andromeda LTE platform for mobile devices.
Sequans Communications and Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) are expected to announce today a collaboration agreement targeted at accelerating the availability of devices for Clearwire's planned TD-LTE
Clearwire's (NASDAQ:CLWR) shift from WiMAX to LTE socked it to chipmaker Sequans Communications, which lost $9 million during the first quarter of 2012, down from an operating profit of $2.3 million