Openet raises $21M to manage your mobile data traffic

Openet has bagged $21 million in new funding. The vendor makes a mobile network element that most people have never heard of, the policy control and charging manager, but the policy manager is already having a huge impact on the way we consume mobile data.

Ericsson, NSN keep their T-Mobile jobs for LTE build

It’s official: Ericsson is now building every major LTE network in the U.S. T-Mobile revealed today that its current 3G and HSPA+ equipment suppliers, Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Networks would handle its new $4 billion LTE rollout, deploying 37,000 next-generation base stations.

Is RIM finally ready to deliver its promised 4G PlayBook?

More than a year after promising to make WiMAX and LTE versions of its PlayBook tablet, RIM has delivered squat on its 4G promises. But now new photos have popped up on CrackBerry’s forums that appear to be of the mythical LTE PlayBook.

Telus turning on LTE across Canada on Friday

Telus will launch Canada’s third LTE network on Friday, rolling out the mobile broadband technology in 14 cities from Vancouver to Halifax. It plans to expand the network throughout 2012 to cover 25 million Canadians, 71 percent of the country’s population, by year end.