Ericsson Hits 5.8Mbps Uploads with HSPA Enhancements
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Jul 16, 2008, 8:04 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Today Ericsson and 3 Italia announced successful trials of enhanced HSPA technology that boosts upload speeds to 5.8Mbps, under optimal conditions. The improvement also reduces latency dramatically, which speeds up interacting with mobile web-based content. The two companies were able to reach those speeds using 3 Italia's commercial network. Increasing the uplink capabilities of cellular data networks will allow users to send content from their phones, such as email or MMS files, faster.
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5.8mbps to the handset?
When will this be in the USA?
I wanna say at&t testing their HSPA at 10.1mps... but go look at what their claimed speeds are now... 3.2 i think...