SEOUL, KOREA – The Ministry of Science, ICT & Future Planning (MSIP) and the Korea Communications Commission (KCC) will sign a work division MoU designed to draw a clear line between their ministerial tasks. Such a work sharing MoU is very exceptional since inter-ministerial MoUs have generally been signed for inter-ministerial joint projects.
SEOUL, KOREA – In 2012, LTE (long-term evolution) traffic soared tenfold in a year while the number of LTE subscribers jumped eightfold. LTE traffic, which languished at a mere 13.7% of 3G traffic in January of last year, finished 37% ahead of 3G traffic in December, 2012.
Choi, See-joong, the chairman of Korea Communication Commission (KCC), has met with Qualcomm CEO, Paul Jacobs, on Monday to discuss the potential investment in Korean companies and to build a partnership with venture companies.
The Korea Communications Commission (KCC) is getting ready to allow terrestrial broadcasters to broadcast around the clock and test 3-D terrestrial broadcasting this year. At Present, terrestrial broadcasters' operating hours are limited from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m the next day.
KCC's 2010 operations report was sent to President Lee Myung-bak at the end of the year. The KCC said, “It will also draw up new policies regarding new television channels and advertising markets. The combined value of the two markets was KRW4.2 trillion last year.”
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