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Qualcomm Hits 20Mbps Downloads with HSPA+ Data Call

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Jul 31, 2008, 7:52 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Today Qualcomm said it has made the world's first data call with HSPA+ technology, a stepping stone between HSPA and Long Term Evolution. The call reached download speeds of 20Mbps across a 5MHz channel. Expected peak speeds of the current HSPA+ technology are 28Mbps for downloads and 11Mbps for uploads. Future revisions to HSPA+ will boost those speeds further.




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Jul 31, 2008, 1:38 PM

I'm still waiting for measly 2mbps!!!

Nearly the 8th month of 2008 and I can't even get consistent speeds of over 1.5mbps, ATT's network.
Don't feel bad. I am with Sprint and neither can I but 800 to 1.2 is still not that bad.

Jul 31, 2008, 10:26 AM

pretty sweet

but how far out is a realistic rollout of the service?
Probably not for a while. They need faster fiber-op lines to even serve a small city to that speed.
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