November 25, 2003
InterWAVE Goes Caribbean
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- interWAVE Communications (Nasdaq: IWAV - message board), a Silicon Valley pioneer in compact wireless communications systems, today announced that it has received $0.7 million in initial orders from Weblinks for the deployment of a GSM network on the Caribbean island of Anguilla. Weblinks, a cellular and high speed Internet communications company, will be the first independent operator to offer cellular services to Anguilla residents.
November 21, 2003
Danger, Inc. and Cable & Wireless Introduce hiptop(R) Wireless Solution to Showcase New GSM/GPRS Network
PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Danger and Cable & Wireless today announced the availability of the Cable & Wireless hiptop® in the Cayman Islands. The hiptop is a wireless all-in-one device that combines a fully featured mobile phone with a variety of high-speed data communication applications, including an HTML Web browser, an embedded email account, AOL® Instant Messenger(TM), a personal organizer, games and other features -- all viewable on a crisp 65,000 color display with a full QWERTY keyboard for data entry.
3G Americas' Paper Explores GSM 850 and the Momentum of EDGE
GSM, the world's leading mobile technology, is also fast on its way to becoming the top technology in the Americas. The latest white paper from 3G Americas entitled Wireless Trends in the Americas: The Proliferation of GSM 850 MHz and EDGE explores the reasons behind GSM's extraordinary success in the Americas including the important role played by the introduction of GSM 850 MHz equipment and the role of EDGE in the migration to next generation services.
EDGE network launched in the USA
The USA based, AT&T Wireless has launched its EDGE upgrade network. EDGE offers average data speeds between 100-130 kbps -- nearly twice as fast as other national mobile wireless networks and up to three times faster than traditional wired dial-up services.
GSM Shows Impressive Growth of 89% in the Americas
#1 Technology Choice for All New Customers Worldwide - GSM
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, Nov. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- 3G Americas reports that
GSM is clearly the fastest growing technology in the Americas with an overall
annual growth in the region of 89% from September 2002 to September 2003,
accordingly to EMC World Cellular Database. In Latin America alone, GSM grew
by 146% over that same time period, compared to 29% and 16% growth rates for
CDMA and TDMA respectively. GSM's growth has been remarkable in Latin
America's two largest markets: Brazil and Mexico.
November 20, 2003
AT&T Wireless close to acquiring cellular telephone license in Jamaica
The Miami Herald
The U.S. company and Jamaican officials are negotiating the terms for a 15-year renewable license, but have yet to agree on a price, said Courtney Jackson, deputy director of Jamaica's utility regulatory office...
AT&T Takes To EDGE
November 13, 2003
GRAND Hyatt Builds Advanced $1 Million Network Infrastructure
Pressi.com (press release)
CODETEL, Nortel Networks to Deploy Voice Over IP Network in...
Business Wire (press release)
C&W Telegraphs Better Times
Motley Fool (subscription)
C&W Reports Revenue Drops, Progress on US Exit
Web Host Industry Review
November 11, 2003
SCHLUMBERGER announces third quarter 2003 results
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