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[email protected] 1/30/2014 | 9:33:49 AM
Is this a first? I believe this might be the first ever time we have called out a 'bran muffin' on Light Reading...
DanJones 1/30/2014 | 9:53:55 AM
Re: Is this a first? Yeah, only mentioned muffins before, never bran muffins:

ktassin 1/30/2014 | 10:16:32 AM
Verizon's 4G Freeze Frame I like your photos; especially number 7 with the Sequans-powered LTE tablet in the Verizon Power House!

DanJones 1/30/2014 | 10:17:27 AM
Re: Verizon's 4G Freeze Frame Yeah, Verizon said it was a custom device.
ktassin 1/30/2014 | 10:30:08 AM
Re: Verizon's 4G Freeze Frame Craig Miller can tell you all about it later today.
milan03 1/30/2014 | 10:32:32 AM
Re: Verizon's 4G Freeze Frame What's shady is that Verizon's commercial launch was suppose to happen during this year's SuperBowl.. At least that's what they've commited to more than a year ago during CES 2013. And they don't have a single commercial device properly firmware updated for LTE Broadcast, not even middleware software is available to download.

Bah... sorry for ranting. I'll stop by the booth today and tell them all! ;)
DanJones 1/30/2014 | 10:33:44 AM
Re: Verizon's 4G Freeze Frame Yeah, seems like the devices and the network weren't there yet.
milan03 1/30/2014 | 10:44:46 AM
Re: Verizon's 4G Freeze Frame They're demoing LTE Broadcast on "modified" Galaxy Note 3, right? That's a commercially available device. I have one, except mine can't do eMBMS, which tells me one thing...

Verizon just missed their scheduled LTE Broadcast launch because they've failed to push out firmware OTA and middleware LTE Broadcast software to their existing and commercially available doevices. OEM's aren't the issue here.
DanJones 1/30/2014 | 10:46:59 AM
Re: Verizon's 4G Freeze Frame I believe it had been altered with a different modem onboard too. Should find out more today.
milan03 1/30/2014 | 4:34:26 PM
Re: Verizon's 4G Freeze Frame It's the regular Galaxy Note 3 with tweaked firmware/radio and middleware. Koreans just launched LTE Broadcast last week using similar setup, and first capable device is the existing Galaxy Note 3 after the firmware update and middleware download.
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