Japanese operator NTT Docomo begins testing LTE Network in Tokyo

Japanese operator NTT Docomo begins testing LTE Network in Tokyo

We have repeatedly reported on the prospects of the fourth generation cellular networks (LTE) in Russia. For example, there were reports of plans to deploy LTE networks operators MegaFon and Yota. And we now know about the new success in advancing this promising standard in the Land of the Rising Sun.

The company NTT Docomo, which is the largest Japanese mobile operator, has announced a test in Tokyo wireless network protocol that uses the latest Long Term Evolution (LTE) duplex transmission mode to the division by frequency (Frequency Division Duplex, FDD).

The full use of Japanese LTE network operator plans to start in December this year, and for testing conducted at the moment, is to assess the quality of communication, including the transfer rate and the level of emerging delays and stability due to moving devices.

AMD Fusion chips at the 28 nm process technology will be produced in factories GlobalFoundries

AMD Fusion chips at the 28 nm process technology will be produced in factories GlobalFoundries

Not long ago we reported about AMD plans to release in 2012 in the Fusion family of accelerators computing (APU, accelerated processing unit), codenamed Krishna and Wichita, the production of which will apply rules 28 nm technology. These chips have become the successors of 40 nm APU lines in Ontario and Zacate, as part of these future innovations are expected to go down from one to four cores with an updated Bobcat architecture and built-in DirectX 11 compatible graphics.

AMD Fusion

And we now know that AMD intends to place an order for release of Krishna and Wichita enterprises contractor GlobalFoundries.