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Verizon, Qualcomm drive automated cars through IoT

Verizon and Qualcomm are among 15 partners launching Mcity at the University of Michigan this week, a controlled testing environment for connected and automated vehicles, reports Business Cloud News.

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Consumer IoT platform Thread unveiled, Qualcomm joins

Thread, an IP-based wireless protocol designed for consumer IoT in the home, has been unveiled, with the organisation also confirming Qualcomm Technologies as a member of its board of directors.

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CTOs call for improved industry cooperation over 5G

A CTO Executive Forum at the 2015 International Conference on Communications (ICC) urged the whole telco industry to get better at working together to ensure the 5G standard effectively tackles the many technical challenges it will face.

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Huawei and Qualcomm test 600 Mbit/s LTE CAT11

Network company Huawei has joined forces with mobile chip player Qualcomm to complete tests using LTE CAT11, which achieves a peak data rate of 600 Mbit/s by aggregating three carriers, each using 256QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation).

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Former Qualcomm exec Rob Chandhok introduces Helium IoT venture

Rob Chandhok is a familiar figure to many who have been covering the mobile sector in recent years, having been a senior exec at mobile chip giant Qualcomm and one of the few allowed to speak to the press. But last December he decided it was time to move on and joined IoT startup Helium.

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ZTE softens up with SDN, NFV and cloud demos at MWC 2015

Software-defined networking and network functions virtualization took centre stage for ZTE at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, with the vendor making multiple announcements at the show angled towards the emerging networking technologies.

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Qualcomm gets off lightly with near $1bn Chinese antitrust fine

Mobile chip giant Qualcomm has announced it will pay a fine of 6 billion yuan, which currently equates to just under a billion dollars, that has been imposed on it by a Chinese antitrust authority having concluded Qualcomm violated anti-monopoly law.

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Ericsson demonstrates live LAA for Verizon, SK Telecom, T-Mobile US

Ericsson has conducted live License Assisted Access (LAA) tests at its labs in Canada and Sweden, claiming to have demonstrated to operators Verizon, SK Telecom and T-Mobile US a peak rate of 450 Mbps. The LTE technology, which is also known as LTE-U, gives users mobile access to unlicensed frequencies, often used by wifi, to enhance coverage.

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Samsung to snub Qualcomm Snapdragon in next Galaxy S – report

A report has claimed Samsung will snub Qualcomm’s Snapdrgaon chips in the next Galaxy S smartphones and use its own instead. According to the report, which quoted unnamed sources with knowledge of the matter, the Korean vendor has tested the new Snapdragon 810 chip but found it overheated during the trial.

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Virgin, Qualcomm in joint satellite connectivity venture OneWeb

Billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson’s Virgin Group has joined forces with mobile chip vendor Qualcomm to create what they claimed will be the largest ever satellite network. The joint venture, OneWeb, will build, launch and operate the satellite constellation aimed at providing internet access and telephony to some of the world’s currently unconnected parts.

AT&T trials live LTE broadcast for mass content delivery

American multiplay operator AT&T has confirmed it has undertaken a trial of LTE broadcast technology in Texas, USA. The trial focussed on delivering live digital content in stadia to attendees of an American football match, which took place earlier this week.

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Samsung, Qualcomm, AT&T lead IoT push at CES 2015

The Internet of Things continues to play an increasingly prominent role at CES, the consumer electronics show that typically sets the tone for the tech year. Giant industry players such as Samsung and Qualcomm were keen to show their IoT credentials as connected devices establish themselves as the future of consumer electronics.

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Acer, Asus, LG, Lenovo, ZTE all launch smartphones at CES 2015

Acer, Asus, LG, Lenovo and ZTE have all announced new mid- and lower-end smartphones. This flurry of new mobile devices comes just ahead of the CES event commencing in Las Vegas later today, and each of the Far Eastern device makers seemed keen to ensure their new mobiles were getting noticed early.

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