Nokia Siemens Says It Has Improved HSPA+ Performance
Jun 18, 2012, 7:17 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Nokia Siemens Networks today revealed that it has created a way for network operators to deliver better performance to devices on HSPA+ networks through something it calls Continuous Packet Connectivity (CPC). CPC is a standards-based, software-controlled network enhancement that Nokia Siemens Networks says reduces network interference, adds five times the uplink capacity, and lets network operators support more devices on a given HSPA+ cell. NSN also says CPC leads to a 15% improvement in device battery life and a 60% increase in data speeds. NSN proved the technology works using commercially available equipment in its laboratories. The company hopes to offer the Continuous Packet Connectivity to network operators and device makers to help improve HSPA+ performance.
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