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The Consumer Electronics Show 2011 might as well have been called a consumer wireless show. All of the big announcements had to do with wireless technology. AT&T announced the imminent deployment of its 4G LTE network, along with a plethora of LTE-enabled new smartphones due for release in the second half of 2011.

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The second half of 2010 in India was abuzz with discussion of several possibilities for BWA licensees regarding whether to deploy TD-LTE, Wimax, or a hybrid-type network (supporting Wimax in the initial stage with a migration path to TD-LTE).
 
These speculations have been laid to rest with license holders now leaning towards

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Verizon's launch of the iPhone will help it close the gap on AT&T in the US smartphone market, where AT&T has built a sizable lead largely due to the iPhone.

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OvumA gap is opening up between mobile operators in Asia-Pacific, with major implications for investment and the management of market growth.

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OvumIn December 2010 Apple and Roku both hit sales of 1 million units of their video streaming boxes.

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OvumYet another National Broadband Plan announced by the government of India raises the question of whether vendors will and should compete for FTTH in India's currently limited market.
 
Despite a billion-strong population, slow growth in wireline broadband subscribers (

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OvumIt’s an exciting time for Verizon’s wireless broadband plans. Verizon launched LTE services nationwide on December 5 and has reported initial success with its MiFi devices.

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OvumTelenor has signed a pan-European deal with Nissan to provide M2M connectivity for a range of innovative automotive telematics services that will be offered in the car maker’s new line of all-electric vehicles, which are due to be launched in early 2011.
 
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UOvumK-based Lycamobile, which claims more than 6 million customers globally, and Amaysim launched discount MVNOs in November.

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