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UMTS Forum appoints Dr. Klaus Kohrt as new vice chairman
Wednesday, 04 February 2004

The UMTS Forum today announced the appointment of Dr. Klaus Kohrt as its new vice chairman. Dr. Kohrt, who works for Siemens, replaces Josef Huber (Siemens) who had previously held the vice chairman role. The replacement comes as Huber comes to the end of his four year term.

UMTS Forum and 3G Americas Deliver Global Picture of GSM Evolution to 3G
Wednesday, 10 December 2003

The UMTS Forum and 3G Americas today joined forces to provide a New York City audience with a global picture of the evolution of GSM. This is the first time that the UMTS Forum, the international body promoting the global uptake of UMTS 3G mobile services and 3G Americas, the trade organization promoting the seamless progression of GSM, GPRS, EDGE and UMTS in the Americas, have collaborated to give an update on the global advancement of the world's wireless industry.

New UMTS Forum Report Surveys Global Spectrum Availability for WLANs
Monday, 08 December 2003

A new report from industry body The UMTS Forum provides an in-depth analysis of radio spectrum bands availability around the world for private and public WLANs (Wireless Local Area Networks).

"Downstream" will exceed "upstream" traffic levels on 3G networks by a factor of more than two, predicts new UMTS Forum Report
Monday, 08 December 2003

A new report from The UMTS Forum into the potential impact of real-world mobile multimedia applications on use of 3G mobile radio spectrum has concluded that at least twice as much data traffic will flow to customers on radio downlinks as will be carried "upstream" from users' mobile devices to 3G networks.

UMTS Forum confirms membership of the three ITU sectors
Thursday, 04 December 2003

The UMTS Forum has this week confirmed its membership of all three sector groups of the International Telecommunication Union: ITU-T (Telecom Standardisation Sector); ITU-R (Radiocommunication); and
ITU-D (Telecom Development).

UMTS Forum Recommends More Flexible Licensing Models to Facilitate Smooth and Progressive Advance to Global 3G/UMTS
Friday, 21 November 2003

The successful implementation of 3G in Brazil and Latin America will depend on the quick migration from TDMA to GSM/GPRS/EDGE and the progression to UMTS, which will primarily be deployed in urban areas. Another factor of future 3G success in Brazil and Latin America will be the avoidance of the aggressive auctioning licence models and the adoption of flexible coverage obligations for operators. These were just two of the main messages communicated by Jean-Pierre Bienaim, chairman of the UMTS Forum during his participation at the GSM Americas congress, currently taking place in Rio de Janeiro.

UMTS Forum opens the 3G World Congress and advocates the benefits of W-CDMA for Asia
Tuesday, 04 November 2003

The UMTS Forum, the trade body promoting the global uptake of UMTS third generation mobile services, today stressed the benefits of W-CDMA 3G technology for the Asian market. The UMTS Forum also summarised the key UMTS 3G milestones to date and outlined the significant opportunities which lie ahead.

UMTS Forum Workshop Charts 3G Progress in Europe
Thursday, 30 October 2003

Mobile industry body The UMTS Forum has held a workshop in Prague this week to provide an overview of the deployment status of UMTS Third Generation (3G) mobile systems in Europe and worldwide. Coinciding with the UMTS Forum's 30th General Assembly held in Prague, the workshop - titled "UMTS in the Extended European Union and Neighbouring Countries" - was addressed on Monday by Czech operator Eurotel's Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Terrence Valeski.

UMTS Forum charts mobile evolution options for operators worldwide
Monday, 20 October 2003

Industry body The UMTS Forum has launched a new White Paper that charts the evolutionary options to 3G that are available to mobile operators worldwide.

China will benefit from timely 3G licensing, says UMTS Forum
Tuesday, 23 September 2003

Chinese operators can participate in global opportunity by selecting W-CDMA

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