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KPN lays foundations for LTE-Advanced

first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 18 JUN 2014 Related Home KPN lays foundations for LTE-Advanced Previous ArticleKakao climbs on mobile money bandwagonNext ArticleT-Mobile’s Legere blasts Amazon/AT&T deal Author Tags KPN in line for $15B takeover bid Tim joined Mobile World Live in August 2011 and works across all channels, with a particular focus on apps. He came to the GSMA with five years of tech journalism experience, having started his career as a reporter… More Read more Bouygues TelecomEEKPNLTE-AdvancedTechnology KPN is joining the vanguard of European operators offering LTE-Advanced services on a commercial basis via plans to deploy LTE on a second spectrum band next month.The company said it will launch 4G services on the 1.8 GHz spectrum band on 1 July, in addition to its existing services on the 800 MHz band. It said the activation of LTE-Advanced will follow “thereafter”.KPN became the first Dutch operator to offer nationwide 4G coverage in the first quarter of the year. Its next step is to combine the existing offering with the 1.8 GHz frequency using LTE-Advanced technology, which should offer theoretical peak download speeds of up to 200 Mb/s.KPN is working with Ericsson on the LTE-Advanced deployment, which will initially take place in Amsterdam, Schiphol, Rotterdam, Utrecht, The Hague and Eindhoven.From 1 July, all 4G customers will have higher download speeds of 50 Mb/s. In addition, most SIM-only and handset offerings will feature increased data allowance.LTE-Advanced services are starting to be launched commercially in Europe.France’s Bouygues Telecom announced this week that it has LTE-Advanced up and running in seven cities, although customers will have to wait until 1 July for devices able to support the technology. Bouygues can now offer theoretical peak speeds up to 220Mb/s.Switzerland’s Swisscom launched two small LTE-Advanced networks earlier this week and said it will extend the service into the cities of Berne and Biel/Bienne in early July.The UK’s largest operator EE plans to launch LTE-Advanced services by the end of the summer, starting in central London, following a small pilot last November.EE CEO Olaf Swantee told Mobile World Live that the technology will enable theoretical peak speeds of 300Mb/s, and will later rollout everywhere within the M25 motorway.South Korea is leading the way with LTE-Advanced, with the technology deployed by all three national operators, with theoretical peak download speeds soon expected to reach 300 Mb/s. Mobile broadband speeds are now so high in South Korea that operators are no longer able to differentiate by network speed.According to a 4G Americas report released this week, LTE-Advanced is now commercially deployed on nine networks in seven countries worldwide, with those numbers expected to reach 40 networks by year-end 2014. KPN snubs two takeover approaches KPN puts Ericsson in patent hotseat Tim Ferguson last_img read more

CK Hutchison completes Austria deal, eyes enterprise

first_img Italy woes continue to hamper CK Hutchison unit Chris joined the Mobile World Live team in November 2016 having previously worked at a number of UK media outlets including Trinity Mirror, The Press Association and UK telecoms publication Mobile News. After spending 10 years in journalism, he moved… Read more Home CK Hutchison completes Austria deal, eyes enterprise Tags Author Tele2 eyes converged boost with Com Hem rebrand Previous ArticleInmarsat, JT team on global IoT playNext ArticleItaly claims to be a year ahead of rest of Europe on 5G Chris Donkin AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 08 NOV 2017 AustriaCK HutchisonTele2Telekom Austria CK Hutchison laid down plans to become the “first choice” for Austria’s enterprise customers after combining its newly acquired fixed business from Tele2 and existing Drei operation in the country.Its aim was revealed as CK Hutchison completed its €95 million acquisition of Tele2’s Austrian unit, which is set to be rebranded by Q2 2018.The company said the addition of Tele2’s fixed and enterprise portfolio would allow it to be an “attractive alternative to the ex-Monopolist” and aimed to be “the first choice for Austrian companies interested in new contracts”.Tele2 Austria competes with Telekom Austria in the residential and enterprise fixed connectivity markets.Drei is the third largest mobile operator in the country – behind Telekom Austria’s A1 Telekom and Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile – with a share of around 26 per cent, according to GSMA Intelligence figures.“With the Tele2 takeover, we want to stimulate Austria’s price- and offer-based competition in the landline segment,” Drei CEO Jan Trionow added. “The takeover’s main goal is revenue growth. With Tele2 on board we will increase our revenue to more than €1 billion and want to become market leader with new business customers.”The merger was approved by regulators in October after being first announced in July. Related Tele2 set for exec team shake-uplast_img read more

These were the top 10 NYC retail leases in August

first_imgClockwise from top left: 35-00 48th Street in Astoria, 558 Broadway, 63 Madison Avenue, and 85 Jay Street in Brooklyn (Credit: Google Maps, Wikipedia, LoopNet, and Williams New York)Apparel and accessories retailers—from luxury watches to sporting goods—secured a big chunk of last month’s top leases. However, the largest lease last month was inked by a fitness club, gyms being a mainstay on these lists.August’s 10 biggest retail leases made public totaled 291,100 square feet, up 113,500 square feet from July’s total of 177,600 square feet. The largest retail lease in August was inked in Dumbo.The total is also more than double the top 10 leases in August 2018.1) Life Time, 85 Jay Street, Dumbo – 77,000 square feetThe fitness club signed a lease for 77,000 square feet of space at Front & York, CIM Group and LIVWRK’s 1.1 million-square-foot development. The location will be the fitness center’s first foray into Brooklyn. Joe Mastromonaco and Fritz Kemerling of Dartmouth Company represented the tenant while CIM Group represented the landlords in-house.ADVERTISEMENT2) Whole Foods, 63 Madison Avenue, Nomad – 60,000 square feetThe Amazon-owned grocery chain signed a lease for 60,000 square feet of space at the base of 63 Madison Avenue, a 15-story property. Peter Duncan, Matt Coudert and Alex Bermingham of George Comfort & Sons represented the landlord in-house.3) Burlington Coat Factory, 35-00 48th Street, Astoria – 40,834 square feetThe discount retailer inked a lease for 40,834 square feet of space previously occupied by Toys “R” Us at 35-00 48th Street. Cliff Simon of CNS Real Estate represented the tenant while Andrew Aberham of Philips International and Jason Lerner of Lerner Properties represented the landlords, Heidenburg Properties and Lerner Properties. BJ’s Wholesale Club is also reported to be moving to the development, also known as Plaza 48.4) Museum of Ice Cream, 558 Broadway, Soho – 25,000 square feetThe Instagram attraction inked a 10-year lease for 25,000 square feet of space at 558 Broadway. The space was previously occupied by H&M. Brandon Charnas and Adam Henick of Current Real Estate Advisors represented the tenant while Shemul family represented the landlord in house.5) Artisanal Brewing Ventures, 94 9th Street, Gowanus – 20,000 square feetThe brewery signed a lease for 20,000 square feet of space at 94 9th Street, where it plans to develop a full-service kitchen and bar in addition to a production brewing system. Andrew Connolly, Jennifer Watson and Peter Whitenack of Newmark Knight Frank represented the tenant, while New York Industrie Capital Partners, which owns the property, brokered the deal in-house.6) New York & Company, 159-10 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica – 15,115 square feetThe fashion retailer signed a lease for 15,115 square feet of space at 159-10 Jamaica Avenue. Brian Katz of Katz & Associates represented the tenant while Aaron Fleishaker of Mattone Group represented the landlord in house. Other building tenants include Old Navy and Walgreens.7) Blink Fitness, 97-01 Northern Boulevard, East Elmhurst – 15,000 square feetThe gym inked a lease for 15,000 square feet of space at 97-01 Northern Boulevard. Ezra Saff of Retail Zone represented the tenant. The building’s landlord is 361 Henry LLC.8) Modell’s Sporting Goods, 619 West 181st Street, Washington Heights – 14,580 square feetThe sporting goods store signed a 15-year lease for 14,580 square feet of space at 619 West 181st Street. Josh Augenbaum of Augenbaum Realty represented the tenant while Michael Friedman and David Alani of Inline Realty represented the landlord, Rosewood Holding.9) Tourneau, 601 Madison Avenue, Plaza District – 12,050 square feetThe luxury watch retailer signed a short-term lease for 12,050 square feet of space previously leased to Armani at 601 Madison Avenue. The space sat vacant for about a year prior to this lease. Andrew Goldberg and Preston Cannon of CBRE represented the tenant while William Abramson and Matthew Olden of Buchbinder & Warren Realty Group represented the landlord, J-2.10) Lightbridge Academy, 606 West 57th Street, Hell’s Kitchen – 11,491 square feetThe early childhood education center signed a 15-year lease for 11,491 square feet of space at 606 West 57th Street. Brad Schwarz of Lee & Associates NYC represented the tenant while Steven Baker and Daniyel Cohen of Winick Realty Group represented the landlord, TF Cornerstone.Correction: An earlier version of this story misspelled “Industrie Capital Partners’” name.  This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Nowlast_img read more