Beceem releases new WiMAX chip; Verizon selects Camiant for LTE policy and charging

> WiMAX chipmaker Beceem Communications announced its sixth-generation WiMAX chip designed for modems, modules and handheld devices. Release

> Deutsche Telekom CEO Rene Obermann said operators in both the United States and Europe have the opportunity to avoid being "dumb bit pipes" by providing a higher quality mobile Internet experience for subscribers. Article

> Verizon selected Camiant's Multimedia Policy Engine as the policy and charging rules function for Verizon's LTE network. Release

> Ericsson said data traffic has surpassed voice traffic on wireless networks. Article

> Qualcomm said its Gobi modems will now support LTE. Article

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