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Monday, August 8, 2011

Long Term HSPA Evolution Mobile broadband evolution beyond 3GPP Release 10


Mobile broadband data has proved to be a successful offering that has attracted a large number of users enjoying high-quality data services via laptops, notebooks and smartphones. In many advanced HSPA markets, the data volume is more than ten times that of voice in terms of transferred gigabytes. HSPA has transformed mobile networks from being voice-dominated to data-dominated in just a few years. It has been deployed in more than 150 countries by more than 350 communications service providers (CSP) on multiple frequency bands and is now the most extensively sold radio technology globally.
HSPA will continue to be deployed in parallel with the introduction of LTE.
The need for higher data rates and volume growth continues to drive advances in radio technology. Many of the same performance-boosting innovations can be applied to both HSPA and LTE. The evolution of HSPA beyond Release 10 in 3GPP shows no signs of slowing. In this paper, the term Long Term HSPA Evolution is used to refer to HSPA features introduced in 3GPP beyond Release 10. READ THIS WHITEPAPER FROM NSN for further insights.


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