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Samsung upgrades C-RAN baseband unit centraliser

Samsung Electronics sent out a timely reminder that it has many more strings to its bow than smartphones with the launch of C-RAN2.0. As the name strongly implies, it’s an updated version of the original C-RAN product, which serves to allow the aggregation of baseband units (BBUs) from base stations to more centralised locations.

Nokia claims LTE-A wins in Finland and Saudi

Nokia announces Finnish and Saudi LTE-A rollouts

Nokia Networks has claimed advancements in LTE-A network deployment by unveiling live network speeds and data transmission rates of up to 300 Mbps on Sonera’s LTE network in Helsinki. By utilising FDD/TDD technology it is claiming carrier aggregation of the 1800 and 2600 MHz frequency bands for the Finnish operator.

Snapdragon 810 will support Category 9 carrier aggregation

Qualcomm adds LTE Category 9 CA support to Snpadragon 810

Qualcomm has announced its Snpadragon 810 processor will add support for LTE Category 9 carrier aggregation (CA) connectivity, which according to the chip giant will enable device download speeds of up to 450Mbps, up from current peak of 300Mbps.

Nokia looks to increase presence in Japanese base station market

Nokia Networks, Ooredoo claim first Qatar LTE-A service

Nokia Networks and Qatar-based telco Ooredoo have announced what they claim to be the first LTE-Advanced service in the country. The two partners claimed the nationwide service, achieved through LTE-A carrier aggregation by Nokia, offers up to 225Mbps downlink data speeds.

Sprint's VP of Tchnology, Ron Marquardt

Sprint to take its time over VoLTE

Sprint’s VP of Technology Innovation and Architecture, Dr. Ron Marquardt, opened up LTE North America in Dallas today with a keynote speech offering up a full overview of the US telco’s LTE roll-out to date. Marquart also highlighted the key areas Sprint is looking into at the moment to further advance its LTE network services, […]

Ericsson and Quallcomm partner on carrier aggregation

Ericsson, Qualcomm claim first inter-company LTE Cat 9

Swedish telecom infrastructure vendor and mobile chip giant Qualcomm have announced what they claim is the world’s first inter-company interoperability trial of LTE Category 9 carrier aggregation. The two firms said the technology offers download speeds of up to 450Mbps.

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Nokia Networks bags Bharti Airtel 3G contract

Nokia Networks has announced it has bagged a 3G contract form Bharti Airtel in Mumbai, west Bengal and Bihar, which according to the Finnish infrastructure provider marks India’s first dual band, dual carrier 3G implementation.

Entel is set to move its 4G to APT700MHz next year

EE activates LTE-A in Central London

EE has launched LTE-Advanced, which it is branding ‘4G+’, at some 150 sites across London, declaring the UK has “gone from a laggard back to being a leader.” As reported previously by Telecoms.com, the new faster speeds are facilitated by carrier aggregation (CA) over the combination of 20MHz of 1800MHz and 20MHzof 2.6GHz spectrum.

Nokia claims LTE-A wins in Finland and Saudi

EE set to launch commercial LTE-A by end of month

Following Vodafone’s carrier aggregation announcement , an EE spokesperson confirmed to Telecoms.com it is also switching on its LTE-A (Cat 6) offering, which should be available in central London by the end of this month.

Vodafone is set to roll out LTE-A network services

Vodafone announces UK carrier aggregation roll-out

Vodafone has announced it will begin rolling out LTE Advanced, aka 4.5G, in Birmingham, London and Manchester this month, with rest of the country to follow over a year’s time. The operator will be the first in the UK to launch commercial LTE-A network services.

The initial proposal was met with strong opposition

Huawei, Vodafone get LTE, GSM to coexist in same spectrum

Chinese equipment vendor Huawei has showcased what it claims is the world’s first successful implementation of a Dynamic Spectrum Sharing technology trial with Vodafone Spain, that will allow LTE and GSM to coexist in the same spectrum. Although carrier aggregation technologies hold significant promise for maximising spectrum resources, it’s clear that many operators will be wedded to GSM for years to come and this approach leaves both LTE and GSM free to use the same spectrum.

I'll see your five carriers and double it

SK Telecom demos 200MHz combined FDD-TDD bandwidth

South Korean carrier SK Telecom claims to have broken mobile download speed records again using carrier aggregation technologies in partnership with infrastructure supplier Nokia. By converging both FDD and TDD spectrum the operator was able to demonstrate throughput of 3.78Gbps, downloading a 5GB HD movie in just 11 seconds.

The low penetration in Asia-Pacific is due to its broad, diverse and fragmented make-up

NSN signs carrier aggregation and CDN deals in Asia

Network infrastructure vendor Nokia Solutions and Networks has announced two deals in the Asia-Pacific region. It has delivered multi-band carrier aggregation technology to Taiwan Mobile and signed a memorandum of understanding with Chinese content and application delivery solutions provider ChinaCache.

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Optus tests TD-LTE Advanced carrier aggregation

Australian operator Optus has begun testing what it claims to be the world’s first TD-LTE Advanced carrier aggregation. The firm claims to have achieved single user peak speeds of up to 160Mbps on its commercial 4G Plus LTE network.

Gangnam style! South Korean LTE-A Carrier Aggregation delivers consistent peaks in excess of 100Mbps and average downlink speeds of 62Mbps

Carrier Aggregation study finds download peaks in excess of 100Mbps

A recent benchmark test carried out by consultancy Signals Research yielded some impressive results for LTE-Advanced technology carrier aggregation, allowing South Korean operators to deliver consistent peaks in excess of 100Mbps and average downlink speeds of 62Mbps.

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