Motorola: WiMAX experience paves LTE path

Motorola has generally been outshone in the LTE arena by the likes of Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Huawei and Nokia Siemens Networks. However, the company believes its work in WiMAX will give it a leg up on the LTE competition. Bruce Brda, Motorola's senior vice president and wireless networks general manager, told Telephony that the work the company has done with mobile WiMAX networks in the field is the company's trump card. By solving problems and fine-tuning WiMAX networks, Motorola has picked up experience that it can apply to LTE, he said. Article

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