Huawei has recently deployed the world’s first TD-LTE trial network for China Mobile, reaching a download speed of up to 29 Mb/s. Said network will be used for the Shanghai World Expo in 2010, demonstrating the new technology’s capability.



Aside from deploying the network for China Mobile, Huawei also delivered the required chipsets and terminals. These enable HD video transmission, HD Video monitoring, on demand services and live broadcasting/security for upcoming events. The advantage of this new technology is its low latency, coupled with high spectrum efficiency.

The new network adopts Huawei’s LTE solution of FDD and TDD technologies, plus the SAE core network, used by important global operators.

[via Cellular News]

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