LTE contracts heating up

It appears that contracts for LTE networks is heating up around the world with a crescendo toward the latter half of 2010. Nokia Siemens Networks reported that it has trialed 30 commercial LTE networks globally and is in talks with 15 top-tier operators to build commercial networks."It's unbelievable how the momentum is growing, this is what we are seeing with our customers," Thorsten Robrecht, Nokia Siemens' head of LTE product management, told Reuters. "There are big customers which I hope to get very soon under contract." Robrecht also said NSN has signed contracts to build 12 commercial LTE networks to date. Article

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