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Mobile & Wireless

Huawei launches convergent WLAN system

Friday 11 November 2011 | 14:52 CET | News
Huawei has launched its convergent WLAN system, which it said can support mobile and Wi-Fi, improve network capacity and enhance end users' network experiences. The convergent WLAN system offers coverage in hot and blind spots using Wi-Fi technology deployment to improve network capacity. Through its convergence feature, the system can support Wi-Fi technology based on an operator's current radio access network. Especially in some indoor areas such as offices, coffee rooms and airports, by adopting Huawei's convergent WLAN system, operators can provide subscribers with high-speed mobile broadband services. The convergent WLAN system forms one element of Huawei's Small Cell system.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Huawei
Countries: World
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