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Nokia Outlines Plans For Mobile Broadband

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Jun 10, 2005, 12:44 PM   by (staff)

Nokia today committed to developing WiMax Mobile (802.16e) products and markets with Intel. When ratified later this year, the WiMax Mobile standard is expected to provide data speeds of up to 70 Mbps over a range of a few city blocks. Nokia sees WiMax as complement technology to high speed cellular data, which is expected to approach, but not exceed WiMax speeds over the next few years. Nokia announced their commitment to future cellular data protocols today, including HSUPA, the next revision of HSDPA (UMTS) as well as Super 3G (UTRAN LTE). HSUPA is expected to be capable of 14.4 Mbps downloads and 5.7 Mpbs uploads; UTRAN LTE could be as fast as 100 Mpbs down and 50 Mbps up.

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Is it just me? RUFF1415 Jun 10, 2005, 5:20 PM
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