The Channel Tunnel's recently launched 3G services from the UK side has now been upgraded to LTE.
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Qualcomm also lamented problems it is facing in China concerning its 3G/4G LTE rollout as well as an investigation into its business practices.
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LTE/4G is set to make a much bigger impact than 3G did, and for so many reasons than you can shake a stick at.
Telstra has released what it claims is the first mobile broadband device in the Australian market to feature the LTE-Advanced category 6 technology.
Vodafone Australia says its LTE network is solid and quick enough to avoid any repeat of the issues that plagued its 3G network.
The PC maker has purchased thousands of patents surrounding mobile technology as the firm seeks to establish itself in the mobile realm.
Amid promises to extend its 3G and 4G networks, Vodafone is already looking to LTE-A with a trial in Naples.
Having deployed Aircel's 2G and 3G networks, ZTE will now design, supply, and deploy the Indian operator's LTE network in eight telecom circles across the country.
Indonesians can't wait for LTE service as 3G standards have failed to bring the quality as everyone expected, and there are high hopes the upcoming APEC Summit will lead to commercial the launch of 4G services by December.
Nokia Siemens Networks will leverage the region's diversity, with differing strategies for developed markets with strong LTE adoption, and emerging markets still rolling out 2G and 3G technologies.
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While the West goes about the expensive process of replacing old systems with new ones, Africa is skipping straight to the latest technology.
The networking giant is to snap up its fourth acquisition of the year with U.K.-based femtocell maker Ubiquisys, a maker of 3G and LTE small-cell technologies.
Broadband arm of True Corporation aims to up speed by 30 percent to better compete following the country's 3G commercial wireless service rollout next month.
While most 4G/LTE devices can step down to a 3G network when out of the 4G area, Google's laptop is stuck with only wi-fi.
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LTE provides consumers with a broadband-like mobile experience, and operators with increased network efficiency. So why isn’t it more widespread? Because there are still a few more speed bumps on the road.
Qualcomm brings worldwide support for worldwide support for 2G, 3G, 4G LTE and LTE into a single chip.
The UK's first 4G LTE network now covers 45 percent of the population, thanks to increased investment in the next-generation broadband service.
4G LTE has arrived in the UK - but unless prices fall, the service will never become a replacement for fixed-line broadband or a stop-gap measure to help solve the rural broadband crisis.
While the mobile operator plans to catch up with EE and turn on its 4G LTE network in the UK late next year, but until then its ultra-fast 3G is enough to keep customers happy, it says.
The operator's LTE services have been turned on in 11 major cities, and EE has also started selling fibre-based super-fast fixed broadband across the country.
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