Nokia Siemens Pushes LTE-Advanced to Speeds of 1.4Gbps
Nokia Siemens Networks today announced that it has successfully completed LTE-Advanced trials reaching downlink speeds of 1.4Gbps. In order to achieve this, Nokia Siemens used 100MHz of aggregated spectrum and its Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station in a lab setting. The company said that the speeds achieved prove that LTE-Advanced is the next step in terms of mobile broadband networks.
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Verizon Debuts LTE Advanced with 50% Faster Speeds
Verizon Wireless today said it has launched LTE Advanced service in 461 markets around the country, covering some 288 million POPs or 90% of Americans. Verizon's LTE Advanced relies on two- and three-channel carrier aggregation to boost speed and capacity.
AT&T Says Its LTE-LAA Trials Breach 650 Mbps
AT&T today said it and partner Ericsson have reached LTE-LAA download speeds in excess of 650 Mbps in live field trials. The trials were conducted in downtown San Francisco.
Sprint Claims to Reach 300Mbps Downloads with Galaxy S7
Sprint today said it was able to achieve peak LTE speeds reaching 300Mbps on the downlink with the Samsung Galaxy S7. The phone, says Sprint, is among the first to support three-channel carrier aggregation, a feature in LTE-Advanced.
T-Mobile Claims LTE-A Lab Downloads Reach 1.175 Gbps
T-Mobile and its technology partners Nokia and Qualcomm today said they've reached peak download speeds in excess of 1.175 Gbps using LTE-A equipment in a lab. In order to reach these speeds, T-Mobile and its partners used the "4.9G" Nokia AirScale Base Station together with the Qualcomm Snapdragon X20 LTE modem mobile test device.