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  • 1. fam’s teleco news (Año3-Nº5/Agosto 2012) 1/8 Noticias TIC Agosto 2012Indice:1.- LTE.2.- The Future Of Fiber Optics? Its Sapphire.3.- Servicios de voz de siguiente generación: VoLTE y HD.4.- World ’ s First RF Vector Signal Transceiver Redefines Instrumentation.5.- Analyst: Small cells benefit 3G networks more than LTE.6.- Lo que impulsa el crecimiento de la industria móvil también amenaza su future.7.- Claro, Telefónica y Entel muestran interés en licitación de hotspots chilenos .8.- Bandwidth Management and Evolved Self-Organizing Networks (eSON).9.- Mobile cloud services sustain revenue and growth in new LTE networks.10.- Realizan la primera transmisión óptica de 1 Terabit del mundo.11.- Resultados 2Q entel.12.- LG U+ launches Voice over LTE services with Ericsson.13.- Google, ITU team up to deliver free global tech stats.14.- LICITACIÓN 4G: SE DEFINEN FRECUENCIAS PARA ENTEL, MOVISTAR Y CLARO.15.- ZTE Unveils World First Multi-Mode TDD/FDD LTE Terminal Products.16.- Próximos Eventos:1.- LTE.Una breve y simpática explicación de LTE:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNQcSgKVhSk&feature=relatedDe: NSN Volver Índice2.- The Future Of Fiber Optics? Its Sapphire.Clemson University researchers are taking common materials to uncommon places by transformingeasily obtainable and affordable materials into fiber.“We have used a highly purified version of beach sand (silica) for fiber for the last 40 years,” notes JohnBallato, director of the Center for Optical Materials Science and Engineering Technologies at Clemson.“As a matter of fact, the 2009 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded for the development of silica opticalfibers. However, while silica has done remarkably well over time, it is now being pushed to its limits forfaster and cheaper data and new functionality.”It has gotten to the point where there is so much light packed in fiber cable that the silica materialessentially can’t handle the intensity and has actually begun interacting and rebelling.“At high power, the light causes the atoms of the material to vibrate more violently and those vibrationsconvert some of the light energy into sound energy which restricts the ability of the fiber to carry morepower,” says Ballato. “This, in turn, lessens the amount of light that can travel through the fiber, which
  • 2. fam’s teleco news (Año3-Nº5/Agosto 2012) 2/8limits the amount of information that can be sent for telecommunications uses and power for high-energylaser applications.”The demand for stronger and more durable fiber material is greater than ever and will only increase withtechnological advancement. Clemson researchers are focusing on providing a material solution for fiberoptics, especially one that can be sold commercially. Their goal is to take a robust, affordable and easilyaccessible material that can take the brunt of greater intensity and convert that material into a fiber.The Power Of SapphireBallato and his team found that sapphire possesses extraordinary properties that make it exceptionallyvaluable for high power lasers in which the light intensity interacts with sound waves inthe glass and leads to diminished power-handling capabilities“Sapphire is new and different in this sense because we’re able to use a low-cost and widely usedcommodity as a fiber,” Ballato explains. “Sapphire is scalable, acceptable and is a material that peopledon’t think about when it comes to fiber optics. The problem is that sapphire’s crystalline structure is notamenable to making into optical fiber using commercially accepted methods.”Ballato actually developed the sapphire fiber to withstand greater intensity and be more useful for high-energy applications than typical commercial fibers."Ballatos recent results with sapphire fibers represent a paradigm-shifting development in the field of fiberoptics," adds Siddarth Ramachandran, associate professor in the electrical and computer engineering atBoston University and an expert in the field. "Materials long considered to be used only in the realm offree-space optics can now be exploited in fiber geometries, which enable long interaction lengths andnovel nonlinear optical effects."“This research is paving the way for everyday commodities to be imagined for technological uses such asfiber optics,” Ballato concludes. “Were performing additional studies with sapphire and other materialsthat have similar effects for fiber.”De: Communications Technology Volver Índice3.- Servicios de voz de siguiente generación: VoLTE y HD.Si han estado siguiendo los lanzamientos de LTE —si leen frecuentemente TeleSemana.com larespuesta es afirmativa— sabrán que en los primeros lanzamientos, en países como Suecia en 2010, seargumentaba que la falta de dispositivos y la propia naturaleza de LTE, pensada para datos a altasvelocidades, la voz no era ni prioritaria ni necesaria. Sin embargo, la discusión sobre los mecanismospara habilitar los servicios de voz en esta red han seguido avanzando a medida que se llevaban a cabodespliegues masivos con la tecnología en Estados Unidos, Corea del Sur y Japón. Y así hemos llegado ala solución de voz sobre LTE (VoLTE) y a soluciones que permiten pasar de VoLTE a las llamadas devoz en GSM y 3G sin interrupción (Circuit Switch Fall Back, CSFB).
  • 3. fam’s teleco news (Año3-Nº5/Agosto 2012) 3/8A su vez, algunos jugadores del mercado han propuesto que se mejore la calidad de los servicios de voza través de las redes 2G y 3G con lo que se conocería como voz en HD, porque sus estudiosdemuestran que las mejoras en la calidad del audio aumentan el número de minutos utilizados en esteservicio al que se le atribuye ya cierta decadencia. Pero, ¿qué pasaría si la VoLTE con tecnología HDofreciera ventajas con respecto a los servicios de voz tradicionales? ¿Provocaría que los servicios de vozen LTE incrementaran su importancia?Parece que la respuesta la tienen los datos que nos ofrece el operador móvil SK Telecom en Corea delSur, que acaba de anunciar el lanzamiento de servicios VoLTE con HD y los anuncia como “Voz en HD”.Según el operador, su nuevo servicio de voz tiene un codec capaz de gestionar 2,2 veces mayor anchode banda de frecuencia para los servicios de voz que las redes 3G. Además, la conexión de las llamadasse produce entre menos de 0,25 segundos a 2,5 segundos, lo que supone una reducción de entre dos y20 veces los tiempos de conexión de una llamada de voz 3G, ya que estas redes suelen necesitar deuna media de cinco segundos.Para acceder a los servicios de voz en HD de SK Telecom los usuarios no sólo deben tener un plan dedatos LTE, sino un dispositivo habilitado con la capacidad de voz en HD. El operador por ahora ofreceel Galaxy S3 LTE de Samsung con esta característica.Y aunque el servicio de voz HD parezca una rareza, hace un año Global Suppliers Association (GSA)aseguraba que por aquel entonces ya había 26 países que ofrecían servicios de voz en HD.Prácticamente todos los fabricantes de dispositivos están comprometidos con la utilización de HD en susdispositivos.La novedad de SK Telecom es que su servicio HD es a través de VoLTE y no a través de las redes 2G y3G, como ofrecen el resto de operadores con una oferta de voz HD. Los otros dos operadores móvilesdel mercado, KT y LG U+ planean lanzar VoLTE con HD en las próximas semanas.DE: TeleSemana.com ;mas: http://news.softpedia.es/SK-Telecom-lanza-HD-Voice-en-LTE-para-el-movil-Galaxy-S-III-LTE-285525.html Volver Índice4.- World’s First RF Vector Signal Transceiver Redefines Instrumentation.AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 7, 2012 – NIWeek – National Instruments today introduced the world’s first RFvector signal transceiver (VST), the NI PXIe-5644R, and with it, a new class of software-designedinstrumentation. This software-centric architecture represents a new era in which engineers and scientistscan use LabVIEW to tailor open, field-programmable gate array (FPGA)-based hardware for their specificneeds.“A quarter-century ago, NI redefined instrumentation with LabVIEW system design software, and now weare doing it again with our vector signal transceiver,” said Dr. James Truchard, president, CEO andcofounder of National Instruments. “When we first started our company, we envisioned the central role
  • 4. fam’s teleco news (Año3-Nº5/Agosto 2012) 4/8software would play in instrumentation, and now we are truly seeing LabVIEW revolutionize the wayengineers approach RF design and test.”“At Qualcomm Atheros, instrumentation flexibility and to-the-pin control are critical for keeping our RF testprocess as efficient as possible, and we’re pleased with the performance gains we’ve seen when testingwith NI’s new vector signal transceiver,” said Doug Johnson, director of engineering at QualcommAtheros. “The NI PXIe-5644R provides us freedom and flexibility in the way we develop our 802.11acsolutions for our customers, and has significantly improved our test throughput.”Product Features • Up to 6.0 GHz frequency coverage and 80 MHz instantaneous RF bandwidth • Industry-leading performance for testing the latest wireless standards such as 802.11ac and LTE • More than 10 times faster measurements than comparable solutions • Can replace multiple traditional instruments at a fraction of the cost and size • Built on FPGA technology programmable with LabVIEW • Easily expands to support multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) configurations or parallel testing in a single PXI chassisDe: 4G-Portal.com Volver Índice5.- Analyst: Small cells benefit 3G networks more than LTE. • The focus on small cells for LTE networks is being challenged by a new report from research firm Strategy Analytics. • The firm maintains that small cells, both pico cells and metro cells, bring the biggest immediate financial and performance benefits to 2.5G and 3G networks. The reports claims that small cells are a very cost-competitive route to upgrading 3G macro cells, and that pico or metro cells have a 25 per cent lower Total Cost of Operations (TCO). • In the report, the research firm maintains that while small cells need to adopt the all-IP architecture of LTE, their most immediate value to operators will be in countries where LTE spectrum availability or deployment is still two to three years away, and where high cost 2.5G and 3G infrastructure is in need of immediate capacity upgrade with a small cell Heterogeneous Network, or HetNet. • "In this new analysis small cells cost significantly less than 3G macro cells for the same coverage area but slightly more than new 4G/LTE macro cells," noted Sue Rudd, director service provider analysis with the market research firm. "This is largely due to the consumer electronics-like vulnerability of very large numbers of small cell sites that require installation and ongoing maintenance."De: Fierce Wireless.com Volver Índice
  • 5. fam’s teleco news (Año3-Nº5/Agosto 2012) 5/86.- Lo que impulsa el crecimiento de la industria móvil también amenaza su future.Terry Kramer, ex presidente regional de Vodafone Américas y experto en tecnologías móviles, realiza unanálisis exhaustivo sobre los avances y retrocesos de una industria que está cambiando completamentela forma en que interactuamos con el mundo.De: AeTechno.com http://tecno.americaeconomia.com/noticias/lo-que-impulsa-el-crecimiento-de-la-industria-movil-tambien- amenaza-su-futuro?goback=%2Egde_3683163_member_151558511 Volver Índice7.- Claro, Telefónica y Entel muestran interés en licitación de hotspots chilenos .El proyecto para implementar 1.000 puntos Wi-Fi gratuitos que anunciaron las autoridades chilenas yacomienza a tener apoyo de algunos operadores. Según publicó el diario chileno Estrategia, Claro(América Móvil), Telefónica y Entel mostraron su interés de participar en una futura licitación.“Siempre estamos muy atentos, y dispuestos, a los nuevos proyectos importantes para el país, peroprimero hay que estudiarlos, y en su caso poder participar”, explicó el gerente general de Claro, GerardoMuñoz.En tanto, desde Movistar explicaron que aún no hay definiciones ni fechas para el proyecto en cuestión,pero reconocieron que siguen desde cerca este desafío que “involucra el desarrollo de una industria enconstante evolución”.“Nos interesa mucho masificar el acceso a las tecnologías a lo largo del país, por lo cual una vez que seconozcan los detalles de la licitación definiremos nuestra participación”, adelantó el gerente deRegulación y Asuntos Corporativos de Entel, Manuel Araya.De: Telesemana.com Volver Índice8.- Bandwidth Management and Evolved Self-Organizing Networks (eSON).InterDigital’s innovative Bandwidth Management (BWM) software, integrated with Airhop’s eSON(TM)software suite, provides capacity optimization and seamless connectivity across multiple standards,including Wi-Fi and other networks.DE: 4G-Portal.com; video tutorial:http://4g-portal.com/bandwidth-management-and-evolved-self-organizing-networks-eson?utm_source=4g-newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=generated-2012-08-23 Volver Índice9.- Mobile cloud services sustain revenue and growth in new LTE networks.As mobile operators invest heavily to migrate to LTE networks, they face a major financial challenge inthe near-term. The number of LTE-based services — and the profits they bring in — will require a long-term horizon to achieve a return on investment (ROI).
  • 6. fam’s teleco news (Año3-Nº5/Agosto 2012) 6/8To speed up their ROI, operators can support an LTE business model with revenues from other servicesusing the same technologies and infrastructure. One of the most promising ways to do that is to satisfythe growing enterprise need for mobile cloud connectivity.Enter the cloudAccording to Big Data, a 2011 report by the McKinsey Global Institute, data volume worldwide is growingat a rate of 40%, year-over-year. At the same time, IT spending is growing by only about 5%.This trend promotes adopting cloud services. It helps achieve the necessary compute and storage scale,while flexibly applying resources only where and when the enterprise needs it.Connecting wirelessly to the cloud is an ideal way for enterprises to extend their access to the cloud. Itmakes the most of storage and compute consumption through expanded access and applications. It alsoimproves ingestion—uploading “big data” into the cloud through mobile devices and machine-to-machine(M2M) connections.The LTE network lends itself well to cloud connectivity because it: • provides high-bandwidth connections • is IP- and Ethernet-oriented, the technologies used to connect to the cloud and within data centers • offers tools that operators didnt have in 2G and 3G (such as more granular ability to manage traffic flows and a better, DPI-based view of traffic running on the network) • features low latency, which is vital to the small flows and sessions that characterise M2M communications.The growing M2M market also presents huge opportunities for operators. Potential new services are asnumerous and diverse as the industries using wireless M2M. These industries include agriculture, healthcare, construction, financial, retail, government, education and utilities.A virtuous cycle of growthThe rise of both cloud services and LTE creates a virtuous cycle. Cloud services continue to grow, whichhelps operators sustain their LTE business model. That growth enables them to accelerate LTEinvestments. Then operators can support new types of enterprise services, including cloud-basedapplications.To take full advantage of this opportunity, operators have to deploy the right backhaul infrastructure. Inaddition to IP awareness and content awareness, the right backhaul network can leverage the technicaladvantages that LTE presents: • flattened architecture that helps distribute compute and storage resources • seamless migration from 2G and 3G for various physical mediums and networking protocols
  • 7. fam’s teleco news (Año3-Nº5/Agosto 2012) 7/8 • an increase in capacity that starts to put mobile connectivity on par with fixed broadband accessDE: Telecomtechnews.com Volver Índice10.- Realizan la primera transmisión óptica de 1 Terabit del mundo.El operador internacional TeliaSonera e Infinera anuncian el éxito de la primera transmisión óptica de 1Terabit del mundo a través de supercanales de 500 Gigabits por segundo (Gb/s).Diario Ti: La demostración abarcó 1.105 kilómetros de fibra entre Los Ángeles and San José (California),marcando un hito en las redes ópticas y ofreciendo una visión de lo que será la red. La prueba se llevó acabo con la nueva plataforma DTN-X de Infinera y demostró tener el doble de capacidad que en pruebasanteriores al añadir una capacidad de 1 Terabit a una ruta que transporta una capacidad de producciónde 300 Gb/s.“Nuestra visión es ofrecer a los clientes servicios de vanguardia que escalen su negocio de maneraeficiente. Como los servicios de 10 Gb/s proliferan y los puertos de router de 100 Gb/s emergen,estamos probando soluciones avanzadas que escalen las redes ópticas por encima de los 100 Gb/s,"dijo Erik Hallberg, presidente del operador internacional TeliaSonera. “Esta demostración de 1 Terabitcon Infinera destaca nuestro compromiso para ofrecer una mejor experiencia para los clientes másexigentes."“Estamos encantados de trabajar con el operador internacional TeliaSonera para validar laimplementación de los supercanales de 500 Gb/s que son la base de esta demostración de 1 Terabit,"dijo Tom Fallon, CEO de Infinera. “Compartimos una visión común de ofrecer la escalabilidad,simplicidad y agilidad necesaria para ganar un entorno altamente competitivo."Infinera es una empresa pionera en el campo de los supercanales, y la primera en hacer unademostración de supercanales basados en circuitos fotónicos integrados (PICs) de 500 Gb/s. Unsupercanal es una unidad grande de capacidad óptica creada al combinar múltiples transportes ópticosen una única entidad gestionada, de manera que las redes ópticas puedan escalar la capacidad sinescalar los costes operacionales y la complejidad. Los supercanales basados en PICs permiten a losoperadores simplificar la provisión de capacidad de 500 Gb/s con una única maniobra operacional. Laplataforma DTN de Infinera, la plataforma ATN y los Servicios Gestionados de Infinera son elementos delportfolio de Infinera, así como la recientemente anunciada plataforma de red de transporte óptico DTN-Xque soporta supercanales de 500 Gb/s.El operador internacional TeliaSonera es parte del 5º grupo de telecomunicaciones más grande delmundo, TeliaSonera, con 164 millones de usuarios que generan beneficios por encima de los 11.000millones de dólares. La compañía sigue expandiendo la huella Norteamericana en su red global, causadapor una fuerte demanda tanto de operadores como jugadores en el mercado de contenido para IP,DWDM, voz y servicios de móvil especialistas.
  • 8. fam’s teleco news (Año3-Nº5/Agosto 2012) 8/8DE: DiarioTi.com Volver Índice11.- Resultados 2Q entel.Quarterly Highlights:Total mobile customers reached 9,814,598, expanding 19% when compared to second quarter 2011.Post-paid subscriber base (voice and MBB) increased 15%, representing 31% of the total customer base,while prepaid (voice and MBB) was up 20%. Mobile broadband subscribers (MBB) increased to1,055,223 (including M2M data cards), 30% higher when compared to 2Q11.Revenues in the quarter totaled Ch$ 351.7 billion, growing 17% from 2Q11.EBITDA in the quarter was Ch$ 138.4 billion, increasing 4% when compared to 2Q11. Operating incometotaled Ch$ 58.8 billion, 11% below 2Q11 results.Net income totaled Ch$ 42.9 billion, declining 16% when compared to 2Q11.DE: entel.cl; docs: http://www.entel.cl/inversionistas/press_release.html Volver Índice12.- LG U+ launches Voice over LTE services with Ericsson. • LG U+ users in South Korea to benefit from voice over LTE services • With voice over LTE technology, the operator can also offer enhanced telecom grade services such as HD voice, video calling, chat and presenceLG U+ users in South Korea get access to voice over LTE (VoLTE) services. This is thanks to a decisionmade by South Korean operator LG U+, in partnership with Ericssons (NASDAQ: ERIC) majority-ownedsubsidiary LG-Ericsson, to make subscribers in South Korea benefit from commercial VoLTE (GSMAIR.92) services.The demand for LTE data services in South Korea has increased rapidly ever since LG U+ became thefirst operator in the country to launch LTE commercially on July 1, 2011. As of August 2012, LG U+ has
  • 9. fam’s teleco news (Año3-Nº5/Agosto 2012) 9/8confirmed that LGU+ is the second largest LTE provider in South Korea, serving 3.1 million of LTEsubscribers.Joo sik Choi, Senior Vice President of Service Creation, LG U+ says: "Improving the user experience forour subscribers is always our top priority. Ericssons global leadership in LTE technology and experiencein building an end-to-end LTE network infrastructure helped ensure the success of the nationwide launchof this service."Johan Wibergh, Head of Business Unit Networks at Ericsson, says: "With the new VoLTE technology, LGU+ will be able to offer its subscribers better voice quality and an improved user experience. The newVoLTE services will sharpen LG U+s competitive edge considerably and will provide the foundation forfurther enriching their communication services offering."Originally, 4G/LTE technology was developed for data communication only. The 4G/LTE technology hasnow evolved to embrace Rich Communication Services as well, making it a full telecommunication gradetechnology. VoLTE is a technology that allows voice calls to be made over an LTE network at the sametime as users can access high-speed mobile broadband services and rich communication services. Upuntil now, in order to handle voice calls, CDMA-LTE devices required simultaneous radio operation onboth CDMA and LTE, which is inherently inefficient and does not allow for a fully integrated richcommunications offering.Ericsson has supplied an end-to-end VoLTE network to LG U+, including LTE-RAN, Evolved PacketCore, and IMS Telephony Application Server.DE: Ericsson Press Releases Volver Índice13.- Google, ITU team up to deliver free global tech stats.ITU’s highly regarded telecommunication and information and communication technology (ICT) statisticsare now available through the Google Public Data Explorer (PDE) at www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/statistics/explorer/index.html.With Google PDE users can now explore and visualize ITU’s key ICT statistical indicators from 1960 to2011 (where data exists) for about 200 economies worldwide. Key indicators include fixed telephone,mobile cellular, fixed (wired) Internet, fixed (wired) broadband subscriptions and penetration, as well asthe percentage of individuals using the Internet.ITU statistics are widely recognized as the world’s most reliable and impartial global data on the state ofthe global ICT industry. They are used extensively by leading intergovernmental agencies, financialinstitutions and private sector analysts worldwide.The Google Public Data Explorer platform enables quick search of statistics, and helps users quicklyinterpret data and statistics through rich visualizations. Using PDE, users can ‘mash up’ data using linegraphs, bar graphs, maps and bubble charts. Visualizations are dynamic, allowing users to track trendsover time. In addition, charts can easily be shared with friends or even embedded on a website or a blog.
  • 10. fam’s teleco news (Año3-Nº5/Agosto 2012) 10/8“Teaming up with Google Public Data Explorer will greatly expand the reach and usability of ITU’s ICTstatistics, making them more accessible and allowing users to explore and visualize ITU’s rich datasets,”said ITU Secretary-General Dr Hamadoun Touré. “For the first time, even non-experts will be able toquickly and easily create compelling charts and trends analysis that will enhance their work, and will alsobenefit others working to further develop the ICT sector worldwide.”As an example, using Google Public Data Explorer, a user could quickly find out that mobile cellularsubscriptions reached almost 6 billion by end 2011 and visualize how this trend has developed over time,as well as in different countries around the world; or compare Internet penetration across countries; orlearn that 30 million fixed (wired) broadband subscriptions were added in China in 2011 (accounting forabout half of total subscriptions added worldwide).The new platform is accessible from todayfrom the ITU’s website at: www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/statistics/explorer/index.htmlDE: ITU Press Releases Volver Índice14.- LICITACIÓN 4G: SE DEFINEN FRECUENCIAS PARA ENTEL, MOVISTAR Y CLARO.Una vez visados y publicados los decretos de concesión, las empresas tendrán 12 meses para desplegarsus redes en servicio a nivel nacional y 24 meses máximo para conectar las 543 localidades aisladasobligatorias adicionales, que contempla el concurso como contraprestación al país.Gobierno exigió a compañías boletas de garantía de seriedad y fiel cumplimiento para la ejecución de losproyectos de inversión, por más de 5 millones de UF en total.Con estas nuevas asignaciones de espectro, se avanzará en Chile hacia la última generación de bandaancha móvil de alta velocidad y capacidad, para responder a la explosiva demanda de los usuarios porservicios de conectividad móvil.Espectro: Chile sobre el promedio OCDE.De acuerdo a cifras de la OCDE en relación al espectro total concesionado a operadores a nivelinternacional, considerando número de habitantes, penetración y uso de servicios en comparación connuestro país, Chile supera el promedio de espectro entregado por cada millón de conexiones móviles dela OCDE y está sobre países como España, Alemania, Italia y Estados Unidos.DE: UIT News Room; doc: http://www.subtel.gob.cl/prontus_subtel/site/artic/20120719/pags/20120719094524.html Volver Índice15.- ZTE Unveils World First Multi-Mode TDD/FDD LTE Terminal Products.ZTE Corporation (“ZTE”), a publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment and mobiledevices, announced today the introduction of MF820S2 and MF91S, the world’s first multi-standard USBmodem and uFi which supports LTE FDD/LTE TDD/TD-SCDMA / EDGE. ZTE’s multi-mode wireless
  • 11. fam’s teleco news (Año3-Nº5/Agosto 2012) 11/8devices represent the next chapter in LTE terminal product development, breaking down regionalstandard barriers and constraints at user end points.ZTEs aggressive innovation spans the entire range of LTE terminal products, including high end smartphones, tablets, uFis and modems. The new MF820S2 and MF91S follow an outstanding lineage of newterminal solutions such as the global introduction of China’s first LTE tablet, the V96A; ZTE’s first single-chip LTE smartphone, the Grand X LTE (T82); the MF91 uFi and the MF821 modem.As the first Chinese LTE tablet in the global market, the V96A is testament of the company’s commitmentto design and innovation – combining looks and advanced functionalities – as an-all-in-one entertainmentdevice. The Grand X LTE (T82) is part of the ZTE’s Grand series, the company’s high-end flagshipsmartphone offering. The smartphone features top of the range specifications and a unique buttonlessdesign resembling a mini tablet PC.“This is a transformational year for ZTE’s terminal business. We are catalyzing LTE development on theglobal stage through heralding new innovations in the LTE terminal market. The new MF820S2 andMF91S are clear demonstrations of ZTE’s leadership in LTE,” said ZTE EVP and Head of the TerminalDivision, Mr. He Shiyou. “Through continued investment in R&D, we hope to deliver even more cuttingedge products for ZTE’s end-to-end terminal suite.Through its 18 state-of-the-art R&D centers around the world, ZTE has accumulated much experience inthe field of wireless technology. In 2011, the company invested USD 1.33 billion (RMB 8,492.6 million) inR&D, a 19.7 per cent increase from USD 1.11 billion (RMB 7,092.0 million) in 2010. The company nowholds seven per cent of all global LTE patents among vendors.DE: ZTE Press Center,mas: http://wwwen.zte.com.cn/en/press_center/press_clipping/201208/t20120817_334815.html Volver Índice16.- Próximos Eventos: th* SEP 08-09 , OSS/BSS WORLD SUMMIT , LONDON, UK nd* SEP 20th-22 , CARRIERS WORLD , LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM th* SEP 15th-16 , TELEXPO WIRELESS , SAU PAULO, BRASAIL rd* SEP 21st-23 , VON CONFERENCE & EXPO , SOUTH BEACH, USA rd* SEP 21st-23 , WIRELESS ENTERPRISE WORLD , LONDON, UK* SEP 21st-23rd , WIRELESS CHINA , BEIJING, CHINA nd* SEP 30th-2 , WiMAX WORLD USA , CHICAGO, USA nd* SEP 30th-2 , BROADBAND WORLD FORUM , BRUSSELS, BELGIUM th* OCT 05th-09 , ITU TELECOM WORLD 2009 , GENEVE, SWITZERLAND th* OCT 13th-16 , FUTURECOM ,SAO PAULO, BRAZIL* OCT 09th-13th , USTAS TELECOM , LAS VEGAS, USA rd* OCT 21th-23 , MOBILE INTERNET WORLD ,BOSTON, USA
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