Canada's Bell, Telus Choose LTE
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Oct 10, 2008, 9:59 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Both Bell and Telus have picked long term evolution (LTE) for their next-generation wireless networks. Both companies, which currently operate CDMA-based networks, also said that they will not wait for the arrival of LTE technology before beginning their network transitions. They will each roll out HSPA while concurrently operating their CDMA networks. The firms plan to have their HSPA / LTE networks fully operation by 2010. This major shift in network strategy will allow the two Canadian network operators to continue their existing roaming agreements. Nokia Siemens Networks and Huawei are providing the networking equipment.
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I know this mentions Canada, but
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