HP Chromebook 11 LTE Review and Ratings

Computer Shopper – On that score, the newer HP Chromebook 11 LTE is a revelation: Thanks to a Verizon LTE chip from Altair Semiconductor, it’s not only an inexpensive Web, e-mail, and word processing machine—although the “inexpensive” part is considerably more complicated thanks to the need for a Verizon service plan—but one that’s more often able to replace your regular laptop.

Encore’s Routers Certified for Use on Verizon’s 4G LTE Network

TMCnet – By utilizing the Quanta Computer LTE only module and Altair chipset, Encore’s wireless routers leverage the advantages of high speed 4G LTE applications at significantly lower costs to the end user.

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Chip news from Sequans, Renesas, Intel and Texas Instruments

RCR Wireless – Along with Altair, Sequans has been a pioneer in the development of LTE-only modems for tablets and other mobile devices that do not offer voice. Manufacturers can cut costs significantly by not including 3G connectivity. Verizon Wireless’ carrier-branded tablet is powered by Altair’s LTE-only modem.

5 Questions to Ask an LTE Chip Maker

Wireless Design and Development By Eran Eshed, Co-Founder and VP Marketing and Business Development at Altair Semiconductor One of the components of your future device is a cellular chip. There are many chip providers from which to choose, all eager to help bring your product to market. The decision to partner with a chipset vendor is […]

HP Chromebook 11 (Verizon LTE) Review

PC Magazine – Unlike all of the past Chromebook models we’ve seen, this variation on the Chromebook 11 features Verizon 4G mobile broadband, thanks to an integrated LTE chip made by Israel-based chip maker Altair. The mobile connectivity eliminates one of the biggest obstacles to widespread Chromebook use, the need to stay in the vicinity of available Wi-Fi. Thanks to 4G LTE, you can take this Web-connected laptop almost anywhere; but, while you’ll be free to take your Chromebook around town, it does require a data contract.

WNC Launches 3.5GHz LTE-only Router Powered by Altair Semiconductor

TMCnet – Telecommunications companies have been bidding billions of dollars in the past several years to acquire the right spectrum…. A new router developed by WNC and powered by Altair Semiconductor’s FourGee-3100/6300 single-mode LTE chipset will use the wide 3.5 GHz spectrum footprint to offer LTE broadband Internet access.

Altair Touts Single Mode LTE Success, Will Focus on IoT

TMCnet – Single mode LTE is has gone from evangelism mode to commercial shipments according to Altair Semiconductor as they showed me the new Verizon seven-inch Android Ellipsis Tablet which retails for $249 with no contract and only $10/month as part of your shared plan. This is the first LTE-only product according to Brendan Schaffer who tells me that by using a single-mode device you can save up to $100.

Altair is Now BEC’s Primary LTE Chipset Provider

Machine to Machine Technology News – Altair Semiconductor, a company specializing in single-mode LTE solutions, is partnering with BEC Technologies, the North American subsidiary of Billion Electric Co. and a provider of advanced broadband Customer Premise Equipment solutions.

MWC 2014: Altair to supply LTE chip to BEC Technologies

Telecom Lead – At the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2014), Altair Semiconductor said it will supply single-mode LTE chipsets to BEC Technologies for installing in routers, gateways, industrial M2M and public safety wireless devices.

Meaghan’s Minute: LTE Broadband Internet Access

WDD – Today on Meaghan’s Minute, coming straight from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Altair Semiconductor and WNC have launched a new router designed to offer high-speed internet connectivity over 3.5GHz LTE bands in markets where wired Internet connections such as cable or DSL are not feasible or economical.

Altair launches newest single mode LTE-A baseband processor

telecompaper – Developer of single-mode LTE chipsets, Altair Semiconductor has announced the availability of its newest LTE-Advanced baseband processor, the FourGee-3802. The new chip is compliant with 3GPP Release 10 specifications, is based on Altair’s patented Software Defined Radio (SDR) architecture and is software upgradeable to support Release 11 specifications.

Altair Rolls LTE-Advanced Chip

EE Times – Altair Semiconductor announced an LTE-Advanced baseband processor in the run up to this month’s Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona. The Four Gee 3802 is the Israeli company’s third LTE design.

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