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Nokia, T-Mobile achieve 1.3 Gbps speeds using Licensed Assisted Access

Friday 23 February 2018 | 10:18 CET | News
Nokia and T-Mobile achieved download speeds of 1.3 Gbps using commercial Nokia technology with Licensed Assisted Access (LAA). The companies said this is an industry first using the Nokia commercial AirScale platform to support 14-layer transmissions. This achievement shows how wireless companies like T-Mobile can leverage available licensed and unlicensed spectrum assets to boost performance for customers in high-traffic urban locations using Nokia's technology for the deployment of high capacity small cells as they evolve network infrastructure toward 5G.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Nokia / T-Mobile
Countries: United States
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