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Efficient Reallocation Of Spectrum In The 2.5GHz Band
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The 2.5 GHz band , one of the crucial parts for the establishment in the form of 4G Network in Mexico , had been in previous weeks engrossed in a strong dispute between the Federal Government and various private companies owning some concession on th [...]
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Alcatel-Lucent Will Deploy 4G Broadband Network In Ecuador With The CNT
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Alcatel-Lucent and the Ecuadorian state telecoms operator CorporaciĆ³n Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (CNT) announced on Thursday the deployment of the first network of 4G LTE mobile broadband in Ecuador. This will cover Guayaquil, Cuenca, Machala an [...]
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Brazil Surpasses 110 Million Broadband Accesses in July
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Brazil exceeded 110 million broadband accesses last July, which represents a growth of 39 percent on 2012, reported the Brazilian Telecommunications Association (Telebrasil). Out of the 31 million new disclosures made in the last 12 months, 24 mil [...]
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Furukawa Announces a New Line of Optical Connectivity
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Furukawa, one of the largest manufacturers of infrastructure solutions for communications networks presents HDX, a new line of products consists of optical distributors, consolidation points, TeraLan cassettes and patch panels. Furukawa introduced [...]
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Eutelsat Will Launch New Multi-Mission Satellite for Brazil in 2016
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Eutelsat has ordered a new multi-mission high-capacity satellite designed specifically to meet the demands of video and broadband markets in Brazil and Latin America. Eutelsat stated on Tuesday, 30, that the company has selected Space Systems/Lora [...]
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Furukawa to Construct Fiber Optic Cable Production Plant in Palmira
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Furukawa, the Japanese firm with 125 years in the market history will build a new generation of fiber optic cable in the municipality of Palmira, Valle del Cauca. The cables that were previously imported from the United States, Brazil and Japan to cu [...]
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