Siemens Announces High Speed Data Cards
Mar 14, 2005, 8:30 AM by (staff)
Siemens announced they will begin selling new 3G data cards for HSDPA networks in the second half of the year. HSDPA is the next generation of GSM 3G (UMTS) networks, it is capable of 3.5 Mbps download speed. The cards will be available in two models, both will be quad band GSM/GPRS but the DC16 will be UMTS 850/1900 for the US while the DC10 will be UMTS 2100 for Europe.
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So much for UMTS compatibility...