Watch out Cisco. Huawei’s coming!

Huawei, six months after creating its enterprise networking division here in the U.S. is ready to make a big splash at Interop this year. The Chinese networking gear maker is the one thing Cisco’s CEO John Chambers fears and today’s announcements show why.

Zippy! NSN shows off 1 Gbps wireless speeds

Nokia Siemens Networks plans to show off gigabit wireless speeds using the variant of of LTE-Advanced network that Clearwire plans to deploy. But don’t get too excited, too soon. These aren’t real world speeds and they’re not for handsets.

UBS: For now, mobile still comes down to Samsung v. Apple

It’s no secret Apple is skilled at sucking profits out of its product lineup. But Samsung is getting better too, according to the analysts at UBS. And the two are currently dominating the handset industry when it comes to profits, with very little competition in sight.

Look! It’s yet another effort to save DSL

Vectoring, a technology that eliminates crosstalk on a DSL line can boost speeds on existing copper to up to 100 Mbps. And apparently service providers are interested in testing it out, according to Telebyte, which launched the first gear capable of testing how vectored lines perform.

T-Mobile may tap Huawei for myTouch phone lineup

What used to be exclusive to HTC is turning into an opportunity for its peers: T-Mobile is reportedly choosing handsets from Huawei to be part of the carrier’s myTouch smartphone lineup. The Chinese-based handset maker is slowly gaining a larger foothold in the U.S.

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.

Nokia Siemens reaches for a $1.6 billion lifeline

With no more money from its corporate parents forthcoming and few remaining businesses to sell, Nokia Siemens Networks has gone to European and U.S. banks for the funding it needs to restructure and survive. Will $1.6 million be enough to set it on course?

MobileTechRoundup podcast episode 258

CES is over, so here’s what wowed Matt and Kevin in terms of tablets, smartphones, Ultrabooks and other mobile devices. Plus Matt has pulled the SIM card from his Samsung Galaxy Nexus and put it in the…. you’ll have to listen to find out!