New German Media Academy GmbH Lange took UMTS after the record auction of licenses in 2000, mass market relevance. “With the ongoing from April 12 auction of the LTE licenses is the end of UMTS and HSPA, as well as by CDMA, foreseeable and the next generation of mobile phone technology long term evolution” (LTE) on the way. In December 2009, TeliSonera in Stockholm and Oslo has taken the world’s first commercial LTE network in operation. What is changed by LTE? A lot! New devices on the market will come through the higher dimensions speed over today’s networks, which no longer have much to do be with current mobile phones. Completely new services over existing SMS, MMS or mobile apps more iron work which will arise. Two new devices and new services is said in view of the outstanding importance of phone for most people that they have the potential, the previous dress code”Internet use especially by fixed network and To put the PC on the head. But self is a runner not LTE, so that in the ICTM Forum, the question will be discussed according to the options and steps. Following an overview of the current status of the basic technical and regulatory conditions (Dr.
Thomas Haustein, head of broadband mobile in the Heinrich-Hertz Institute of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft and Mrs Dr. Iris Henseler-Unger, Vice President of the German Federal Network Agency) is Bernd MoLLER (VP L3M research & Development, ST-Ericsson) portray his experiences from the world’s first LTE network. Speakers from SAMSUNG and CETECOM, on the one hand, YOC and MindMatics subsidiary CLANMO, on the other hand, will shed light on the development of technology and services then. Finally, Michael Lemke of the new, large telecom player Huawei will establish why the hype surrounding LTE is justified. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Deb Autor and gain more knowledge.. Applications for participation in the Conference (registration fee 100 plus VAT) are Elena Popovskaya, German Media Academy GmbH, In the media Park 8, 50670 Cologne, telephone + 49 (0) 221 57 43 72 00, fax + 49 (0) 221 57 43 72 01, E-Mail: or online at.
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