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T-Mobile expands HSPA+, ‘4G’ network to eight new markets

November 23rd, 2010

This morning, in a brief press release, T-Mobile announced the expansion of its HSPA+ network to eight additional markets. The new cities include: Detroit, MI; Grand Junction, CO; Harlingen, TX; Lafayette and South Bend, IN; Montgomery, AL; Roanoke-Lynchburg, VA; and Youngstown, OH. “With typical download speeds that are on par with or faster than competing …

New Verizon FiOS offering boasts ‘fastest mass-market broadband service in the nation’

November 22nd, 2010

If you’re a Verizon FiOS residential broadband customer, with a need for Internet speed, listen up. Big Red has just announced a new plan that boasts some ridiculously fast, lust-worthy uplink and downlink speeds. How fast you ask? How about 150Mbps down and 35Mbps up. “With a downstream speed of 150 Mbps, consumers can download a two-hour, standard-definition …

WiMAX 2 demoed in Japan, 330 Mbps

October 4th, 2010

WiMAX Uno hasn’t been fully deployed in the U.S., and wouldn’t you know it, WiMAX Dos is on the way. Samsung and UQ Communications recently demoed WiMAX 2 — 802.16m — at the CEATEC exhibition in Japan. The two companies showcased dozens of HD and 3D videos simultaneously streaming to four large-format displays. The WiMAX …

U.S. residential broadband speeds average 50% of advertised speeds

August 19th, 2010

The megabit wars are pretty comical on both the residential and wireless broadband fronts. Companies promise internet speeds “up to” a certain number of megabits and label their network technologies with catchy phrases like “power boost.” Recent news stories that come to mind include: a report that WiMax 2 would provide speeds up to 100 Mbps, …