comScore: Wireless broadband traffic surged after Japan's earthquake; GSA says 98 LTE devices now available

> Ericsson has created four regional facilities in India designed to support 3G and TD-LTE. Article

> Research firm comScore said that just after the March 11 earthquake in Japan, there was a spike in traffic from both PCs and mobile users, but that over the next few days, the increase shifted mainly to mobile devices. Japan, it notes, is the country with the highest rate of mobile media use, with three-quarters of cell phone owners using various mobile media. Article

> A new report from the GSA indicates 98 LTE user devices are now available. Article

> Intel has acquired most of the assets of SySDSoft and plans to fold the privately held company's 4G LTE wireless technology into its mobile communications business. Financial terms were not disclosed. Article

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