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“Connections” to succeed in reaching the speed of 700 Mbps with LTE networks
Announced Emirates Telecommunications Corporation, “contacts” today on the sidelines of its participation in GITEX Technology Week 2014 for its success in test levels superior speeds across the network fourth generation developed and applied for the first time in the region, where conducted successful tests on the network reached quickly broadband to 700 Mbps per second marking the network’s readiness to deal with these speeds if the availability of compatible devices with them commercially.
The company explained that this achievement comes through the process of collecting packages Spectrum Carrier Aggregation, which is the latest technology in the provision of communication services of high-speed broadband mobile internet, and allow telecommunications service providers to take advantage of the maximum potential of the spectrum, which means that enable users to obtain speeds higher data transfer speeds and greater download via their mobile phones.
She said “contacts” She was able to achieve speeds of 700 megabits per second, thanks to the great support it has received from the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority State.
Said Zarooni Senior Vice President, Business Planning and technological development in the “contacts”: “The UAE racing against time with regard to the cities of the future based on the best offered by information and communication technology, including advanced mobile phone networks that provide superior speed broadband. And “contacts” in turn, believes that the duty of having to support this trend fullest potential and energies in order to achieve the vision of seeking to set up smart cities and provide access to the latest and highest quality services to its customers in the state. ”
Zarooni added: “Our network covers the fourth generation 88 percent of the populated areas in the state. And currently provides speed connections to the Internet via mobile phones of up to 150 megabits per second. We have already been successful tests a few months ago for speeds up to 300 megabits per second through the fourth generation of advanced network and we are proud today to reach speeds of 700 megabits per second in the completion of the first of its kind in the region. A move that will enable proactive “communication” from the upgrade to the fifth-generation networks. ”Viewing:-158
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