The Networks business of Motorola has teamed with several industry leaders in providing the world’s first end-to-end TD-LTE solution at Shanghai Expo. The Motorola end-to-end TD-LTE network includes subscriber devices, eNodeB, backhaul, evolved packet core (EPC), billing and LTE manager, with vendors including Aricent, Bridgewater Systems, Cisco, Continuous Computing, Emerson Network Power, IBM, Innofidei and Sequans.

Motorola is working with Innofidei and Sequans for chipset/terminal solutions to demonstrate a high-quality video wall including 24 simultaneous video streams, remote monitoring and high-speed Internet browsing applications running on the Motorola TD-LTE network. Motorola is running and scheduling multiple devices with multiple vendors on a single sector at the expo, demonstrating the maturity of Motorola’s LTE solution including its intelligent, proprietary OFDM scheduler that can help increase capacity on a loaded cell. Innofidei and Sequans provide Motorola with commercial-size TD-LTE USB dongles.

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The C-band auction officially came to a close Friday after 97 rounds of bidding that grossed just under $81bln, cementing its place as the highest-grossing spectrum auction held in the US. FCC chairman Ajit

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