News by Ricky Cadden on Thursday May 08, 2008.
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Nokia Siemens Networks, a provider of mobile broadband solutions, completed tests with Mobilkom Austria recently testing its new I-HSPA solution. The call, conducted with an unspecified mobile device, reached downlink data speeds of up to 10.1 Mbps during the tests.
Nokia Siemens Networks' I-HSPA solution is designed to support heavy data and multimedia use, and uses a "simplified flat architecture" to offer this to the end user. The solution is fully compatible with the future LTE evolution path for WCDMA networks, as well, which should make it attractive for operators.
Former news editor Ricky Cadden runs Symbian-Guru.com. Ricky is based in Texas.