EU earmarks $25M to jump-start LTE Advanced

08/18/2009 | Computerworld

The European Union will spend $25 million to fund research into a 4G standard set to eventually replace the first iteration of Long-Term Evolution technology, the European Commission disclosed Tuesday. The EU's executive branch predicted that LTE Advanced projects will begin at the onset of 2010 after the EC negotiates details on how to award the research grants.

View Full Article in:

Computerworld

Published in Brief: