O2 4G for Trial
Latest reports have affirmed that Cambridge wireless technology is helping the users by providing super fast data transfer facility in O2’s handset imbibed by 4G networks for a trail. Its Vectaster microwave element is offering backaul to more than 50% of users whose mobiles are featured with 4G network.
They offer the high-speed from 20 Mbps upto 50Mbps which is above twenty times much faster than that of the 3G. CBNL said that it will transform not only the business sector but a change in the internet experience for it will enable the user to download files of 40MB with in seconds. Advanced CBNL’s technology is the successor of microwave technology, offering major benefits to capably handle the huge amount of vital traffic of the mobile data which networks of modern world face.
The company admits that it is one of the important medium to inform a 4G LTE global market. It is anticipated that the growth of Markets and Markets in 2010 is $2.28 billion which increase upto $262.05 billion by the end of the 2015. Visiongain expects to spend $10.84 billion for the infrastructure of LTE in this year alone.
O2’s fundament reason to provide super fast internet service through 4G is due to change of the use of the mobile phone. The customers in this days use to send more picture and text messages whereas they also mobile internet and watch video which doubles the traffic on the network. In order to meet the rising demand of the users they regularly try to enhance their capacity and coverage.
O2 has introduced the latest 4G network in London and it was one of the biggest trials in the month of December in the UK. The test covers 40sq km of area and also 25 sites, this will continue till the summer which helps the businesses, venue owners and customer’s advantage to test the new 4G technology. It gives a unique chance to use the new generation super quick mobile broadband.
According to CBNL, 4G is fast even though it is not as faster as the fibre home broadband. In this speed one can experience quicker web surfing, seamless streaming of HD films and can download a big file of 500 MB in just a minute. The result of the test claims to offer the super fast 4G experience to the consumers.
The CEO of Cambridge Broadband Networks, Graham Peel said that 4G is ready to give enormous assurance not only to mobile operators but also to the customer’s they assist, But the huge capacity of data traffic it create will require a new way to design network and especially the backhaul. They have designed their technology to meet the 4G requirement which is profitable for the service operators.
They are happy with the good result posted by O2 and are looking ahead increasing 4G opportunities and other data related mobile networks are marching towards them from all over the world.
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