Verizon Chooses LTE For 4G
Sep 20, 2007, 2:20 PM by (staff)
In a conference this week, Vodafone Chairman Arun Sarin revealed that Verizon as well as Vodafone will use LTE for their 4G networks. Long Term Evolution (LTE) is the GSM Association's 4G technology, so it is surprising that Verizon has chosen this over UMB, which is also known as EV-DO Rev. C. CEO Ivan Seidenberg indicated this choice reflects Vodafone's long term commitment to Verizon and vice versa. The carriers are also investigating WiMax together as well.
nextel18m I'm waiting for you to chime in!
In 3G, all systems are CDMA. The EU flavor of it is WCDMA (UMTS) and is used by AT&T. The US flavor of it, CDMA2000/EV-DO REV A and REV B, is used by Verizon and Spr...
what would happen if
lol talk about monopoly
THANK GOD... imagine the roaming.
Verizon via GSM?!??