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GSMA highlights importance of spectrum to the future of the Asia Pacific ICT sector

12 September 2014


The GSMA attended the Asia Pacific Telecommunity’s (APT’s) ICT Ministerial Meeting in September which focused on developing the region’s ICT sector. The GSMA outlined the importance of spectrum harmonisation to the region’s future by enabling low cost devices to lower the …


GSMA CALLS ON THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION TO ADOPT A LONG-TERM VISION FOR THE FUTURE OF THE UHF SPECTRUM

01 September 2014

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Spectrum Policy Must Encourage Investment in World-Leading Mobile Networks London: Anne Bouverot, Director General, GSMA commented on today’s release of a report to the European Commission on the future use of the UHF spectrum band (470-790MHz). Pascal Lamy, President of …


GSMA advises on the digital dividend migration process in Africa

30 August 2014


The GSMA has been actively working with governments and regulators across Africa to provide best practice on harmonise and transition the 800MHz, and in future the 700MHz, band from terrestrial broadcast to mobile broadband use. In June, July and August, …


GSMA WELCOMES OUTCOME OF ITU MEETING TO SUPPORT NEW SPECTRUM BANDS FOR MOBILE BROADBAND

01 August 2014


London: Tom Phillips, Chief Regulatory Officer, GSMA, offered the following statement regarding the outcome of the International Telecommunication Union’s (ITU) Joint Task Group meeting in Geneva: “At a critical ITU meeting in Geneva yesterday, governments across the globe agreed to …


Telecom NZ to launch 700MHz LTE next month

22 July 2014


Telecom New Zealand is set to launch 700MHz Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology towards the end of next month, with an initial switch-on via eleven sites in the Waikato region, including central Hamilton, Morrisonville and surrounding areas. Services will then …


GSMA WORKS WITH MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT DEVELOPMENT OF MOBILE SECTOR IN MYANMAR

16 July 2014


Myanmar: The GSMA today reinforced its commitment to support Myanmar’s burgeoning mobile sector by hosting a workshop with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) on “Mobile Communications as an Agent of Inclusion and Change”. This is the third …


GSMA urges new Indian government to prioritise the release of additional spectrum for mobile services

25 June 2014


The GSMA has written to the new Ministry of Telecommunications in India to prioritise the release of additional spectrum for mobile services to meet the rising demand for data and boost mobile broadband growth. A closed-door industry meeting with the Secretary …


ITU: Big Data, ‘spectrum crunch’ and strategies to fund new network investment emerge as hottest issues for tech regulators

05 June 2014


During the Global Symposium for Regulators, held by the ITU in Bahrain this year, the need for more radiofrequency spectrum to alleviate ‘spectrum crunch’ and support a growing array of wireless services was one issue where concepts around shared spectrum …


GSMA engages with African states to address the digital switchover and licensing the digital dividend for mobile broadband

02 June 2014


The GSMA led an industry session with Qualcomm and Ericsson on using the UHF band for mobile broadband in Africa at the African Telecommunications Union (ATU)’s third Digital Migration Summit on 27-29th May. ATU recommendations reaffirmed African countries’ commitment to …


NEW GSMA REPORT HIGHLIGHTS ECONOMIC IMPACT OF AWS SPECTRUM FOR 4G MOBILE BROADBAND IN LATIN AMERICA

28 May 2014


Region Would Benefit From Additional US $53 Billion Across Seven Markets London: The GSMA1 today released findings of a new report2, “The AWS Situation in the Americas”, which highlights the positive economic impact of allocating the AWS spectrum band (Advanced …


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