ALSO NOTED: Ericsson introduces commercially available LTE-capable platform; Australian government nixes WiMAX plans; and much

> Ericsson introduced what it calls the world's first commercially available LTE-capable platform. Article

> Government plans to roll out broadband to underserved and rural parts of Australia using a mixture of WiMAX and ADSL have been abandoned. Article

> A trial WiMAX network in South Africa will be closed down at the end of the month after the regulator decided not to extend the trial license. Article

> Brazilian long-distance telecom provider Embratel Participacoes plans to invest $351 million in setting up a WiMAX broadband Internet network in 200 cities by the end of 2009. Article

> Thanks to greater adoption of 3G services and increase in made-for-mobile content, the mobile entertainment market could reach $47.5 billion by 2010, says Juniper Research. Article

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