telecom standards

telecom standards

iPhone 5 to come in one CDMA and two GSM versions

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When Apple's iPhone 5 launches, it will do so in three models: CDMA, CDMA EV-DO Rev. A, and CDMA EV-DO Rev. B. As was previously expected, the new iPhone will also feature the nano-SIM design proposed by Apple and accepted as standard by international telecom standards bodies. The reason for...
iPhone 5 to come in one CDMA and two GSM versions

Why does Apple care so much about SIM cards anyway?

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Comparison of SIM card sizes by Giesecke & Devrient Apple has reportedly offered its design for itsy bitsy SIM cards — known officially as nano-SIM — to other mobile device makers that are part of the ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) without asking them to pay for it. There’s probably...
Why does Apple care so much about SIM cards anyway?

Referendum nears for Apple’s nano-SIM aspirations

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Comparison of SIM card sizes by Giesecke & Devrient Earlier this year we covered the squabbling within the European telecom standards group over Apple’s potentially-not-so-innocent offer of handling and licensing the final design of future nano-SIM cards, the tiny SIM cards carriers put in cell phones. Some members of the...
Referendum nears for Apple’s nano-SIM aspirations

Nokia: Pick Apple’s SIM standard, no patents for you

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Nokia is escalating its objections to Apple leading the way on how future SIM cards for our mobile devices are designed. In an official statement issued Wednesday in advance of a hearing at Europe’s telecom standards organization, the Finnish handset maker warned that it would not license any of its...
Nokia: Pick Apple’s SIM standard, no patents for you
Death To The Pixels

Apple seeks industry-wide principles for patent licensing in Europe

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Apple has asked the telecom standards body responsible for patent licensing across Europe to lay down a set of basic principles to define how companies license patents, according to a letter written in November that has emerged today. It its correspondence to the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), the Cupertino-based firm...
Apple seeks industry-wide principles for patent licensing in Europe
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