Thursday, May 26, 2011

Who Had The First 4G Network

Who Had The First 4G Network - Service-based 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) the first and largest commercial world has been launched by TeliaSonera and Ericsson in Stockholm, Sweden.

According to Carl-Hendric Svanvberg, President and CEO of Ericsson’s “new era of mobile broadband has just started today. With LTE, which is also referred to as 4G, mobile broadband experience you move to a higher level. LTE speed gives you a sense of easy access to broadband. “

LTE is the next generation of mobile communications technology designed to move very large amounts of data. This technology is said to be frugal and efficient manner, by optimizing the use of frequency bandwidth and access speeds as light as a fiber raised in the air.

Users also can enjoy any service online with more ease. Starting from downloading high-definition video (HD) up to an online game.

Kenneth Karlberg, President and Head of TeliaSonera Mobility Services, said his company is very proud to be the first operator in the world to offer 4G services to customers.

“Thank you for a successful cooperation with Ericsson, we can offer 4G services to our customers in Stockholm earlier than planned everything,” he said on Monday (15/12/2009.

Thus, the current downtown Stockholm already fully covered by the LTE network, making it is claimed to be the largest deployment to date LTE
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