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I-HSPA Trial Reaches 10.1 Mbps Download Speed

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what should we expect fro LTE?


May 8, 2008, 2:25 PM
if this is half way between standard HSPA and LTE at 10Mbps, then does that mean the LTE will be that much faster? i havne't really looked a whole lot at LTE yet, but i know that it is being strongly considered for 4G networks in the US within the next year or so

May 8, 2008, 3:03 PM
Technically, 4G isn't defined yet. However, preliminary drafts of the 4G specification target 100 Mbps for download.

I'm not really sure why I-HSPA exists. HSPA itself is theoretically capable of just over 14 Mbps, so unless this is a really slow version of I-HSPA that's just being used to prove the technology, there's not much point to it.

May 12, 2008, 2:20 AM
its just basically throwing frosting over a turd. it might look nice but we all know its just crap underneath......

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