Nortel seeks legal advice regarding bankruptcy protection; LG demos LTE modem chip

> Nortel Networks has sought legal counsel regarding bankruptcy protection. Article

> LG said it demonstrated an LTE modem chip that achieved wireless download speeds of 60 Mbps and upload speeds of 20 Mbps. Article

> Broadcom unveiled a new chip that incorporates 802.11n, Bluetooth and FM technologies, paving the way for new mobile devices capable of supporting additional media and data applications with increasing the size of chips. Article

> The near-term importance of new embedded-3G and embedded-WiMAX notebooks has been significantly over-estimated, according to a new research report published by Disruptive Analysis. Even in three year's time, laptops with built-in wireless access will only be used by 30 percent of total, active mobile broadband subscribers globally. External USB modems will account for 58 percent--almost twice as many. Release

And Finally... Motorola's Enterprise Mobility division has published the results of European research showing wireless infrastructure spending has overtaken wired in the majority of large enterprises. Article

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