Huawei to Launch 56Mb/s HSPA+ Solution in 2010
To enable operators to offer twice the download speeds available today, Huawei is set to launch a 56Mb/s HSPA+ commercial solution in 2010.
This comes in the wake of advances in mobile broadband, particularly record-breaking data speeds and capacity of HSPA (High Speed Packet Access) networks.
This solution allows operators currently using Huawei’s fourth generation and 38xx series base stations to smoothly evolve their legacy networks to 56Mb/s HSPA+ networks via software upgrades alone, and deploy leading edge networks at significant cost savings that ultimately protect their long term investment.
The 56Mb/s HSPA+ solution, featuring multi-carrier and MIMO (multiple-input-multiple-output) technologies, was successfully demonstrated in Beijing recently.
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