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LG Reaches 60Mbps Downloads with New LTE Chip

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Dec 9, 2008, 9:08 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

LG announced a new long term evolution chip for cell phones. LG claims that it reached 60Mbps downloads and 20Mbps uploads with the LTE chip in its labs. LTE's theoretical maximum download speed is 100Mbps. LG believes the chip will be ready for use in phones by the time LTE networks are deployed in 2010. AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and other U.S. network operators have chosen LTE for their next-generation network technology.

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Dec 9, 2008, 4:50 PM

Hardline speeds

I wonder what cable, dsl and/or FiOS service will have in terms of speed once this wireless service is out. I really need a speed boost, the internet seems to lag a lot as of lately... maybe it's just my provider in my area? Who knows!
Yes I need lightspeed no more broadband.
The us actually is ranked one of the lowest 1st world contries for internet speed. on the flip side the us is ranked the highest in afordability when it comes to internet.

you need to realize in order to have higher speeds it requires more "back ...

Dec 9, 2008, 9:52 AM

Good News!

This looks good! LG makes nice handsets for Verizon Wireless. Perhaps VZW will get this LTE off the ground sooner rather than later.
it will probbly more latter then sooner. this is great news that lg reached this speed. unfortunately the lte standard has not even been ratified yet. LTE will be lucky to make it to market in less then 3 years.

I am not bashing lte i am just bein...
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