Monday, 18 June 2018

Ericsson and Angola’s Unitel claim Africa first with 450 Mbps LTE-Advanced

By Total Telecom staff
Thursday 12 February 15

Companies say this marks the first time that 450 Mbps speed has been demonstrated on a commercial LTE network in Africa.

Ericsson and Angola-based operator Unitel said they have successfully demonstrated peak speeds of 450 Mbps on a commercial network based on LTE-Advanced carrier aggregation technology. The companies said this marks the first time that 450 Mbps speed has been demonstrated on a commercial LTE network in Africa…

Ericsson and Angola-based operator Unitel said they have successfully demonstrated peak speeds of 450 Mbps on a commercial network based on LTE-Advanced carrier aggregation technology. The companies said this marks the first time that 450 Mbps speed has been demonstrated on a commercial LTE network in Africa…

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