News In Brief: ZTE, Sprint, NSN, RIM, M1, Chongqing, Tata

 

ZTE has achieved record-breaking downlink speeds of 130 Mbps during a demonstration of its TD-LTE technology. This speed is the theoretical limit of TD-LTE downlink throughput.
 
Sprint Nextel has named Matt Carter as president 4G to oversee the company's Wimax rollout. Carter’s current role as VP Sprint Prepaid will be filled by Dan Schulman, president prepaid.
 
Five months after the Xinjiang riots, most citizens in the northwestern Chinese province still have no internet access, scmp.com reports
 
NSN has conducted the world's first voice over LTE call using commercial user and network equipment which has been standardized by the 3GPP.

 

 

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