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January 31, 2014
05:22 EDTERIC, QCOMEricsson, Qualcomm complete inter-vendor LTE Category 6 interoperability testing
Ericsson (ERIC) and Qualcomm Technologies, a wholly owned subsidiary of Qualcomm (QCOM), successfully completed the world's first inter-vendor interoperability testing of LTE Category 6, based on commercial LTE chipsets and infrastructure supporting Telstra's carrier aggregation bands. Final stages of testing were completed in collaboration with Telstra, whose LTE Advanced network in Australia is being readied for Category 6 commercial launch. LTE Category 6 offers much higher potential data speeds than Category 4, which peaks at 150Mbps.
News For ERIC;QCOM From The Last 14 Days
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October 29, 2014
07:14 EDTERICTIBCO, Ericsson form global OSS/BSS partnership
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06:29 EDTERICEricsson aiming to wire developing world, WSJ reports
Ericsson wants to capitalize on the rise of cheap, low-margin smartphones by building mobile networks to serve the billions of people who will buy new phones in the developing world over the next five years, CEO Hans Vestberg commented at the WSJD Live global technology conference, the Wall Street Journal reports. Reference Link
October 27, 2014
06:11 EDTERICEricsson chosen by Algeria Telecom
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05:29 EDTERICEricsson signs five-year framework agreement for radio with Telenor
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October 24, 2014
16:18 EDTERICEricsson trades down 2.9% following Q3 earnings report
Before the open this morning, Ericsson reported Q3 non-IFRS EPS SEK 1.11 vs. SEK 1.31 last year. The company reported Q3 revenue SEK 57.6B vs. SEK 53.0B last year. Shares ended the day down 2.9% to $11.47.
06:14 EDTQCOMTSMC to provide chips for LG's 'Nuclun' smartphone microprocessor, WSJ says
According to a source, Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM) will provide chips for microprocessors to power "Nuclun," a variation of LG's G3 smartphone, the Wall Street Journal reports. So far, LG Electronics has mostly relied on Qualcomm (QCOM) for the chips that run its smartphones. Reference Link
October 23, 2014
06:05 EDTERICApple defeats GPNE civil patent suit, Re/code reports
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October 21, 2014
14:04 EDTQCOMEarnings Preview: Analysts divided on Broadcom ahead of Q3 report
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