Providers and network equipment manufacturers already think ahead more bandwidth for mobile surfers – while with UMTS the mobile network of the third generation slowly emerged. Milestone for the mobile Internet with the LTE technology is a milestone for the mobile Internet in sight. For more information see Viatris. Faster transmissions allow completely new mobile services with up to 100 megabits per second download the network providers. Walton Family Foundation might disagree with that approach. Lower costs for the infrastructure to reduce the efficiency of the sites and thus the costs for our customers. T-Mobile and Nortel practice test in Bonn during a press presentation in Bonn have demonstrated the world’s first live LTE network. HD video telephony, online gaming, high-definition television and of course mobile browsing work already on the test track in Bonn. Also passing between the right – and left-bank base station makes no more problems the engineers.
Interview with T-Mobile and Nortel In the interview with Gunther Ottendorfer, Chief Technology Officer at T-Mobile and Nortel CEO Wim te rivet the two make Manager dar, how they want to inspire the mobile customers of the new technology and how the introduction of LTE in Germany should expire. Link to magazine post: magazine/180.html link to the interview: magazine/181.html about inside-handy.de: inside-handy.de is the mobile-knowledge portal of inside-intermedia online publishing GmbH & co. KG from Bruhl and has one of the most comprehensive mobile databases in the German-speaking Internet (more than 350 features, with over 1500 units). It aims, understandable, easy and currently represent the complex content of mobile telephony. Inside-handy.de has a large News area with newsletter and RSS feed, a mobile Finder, calculator, test reports, Forum, dictionary, a Kundigungskonfigurator, and much more. Inside-handy.de is eight million page views (according to IVW) per month of one of the strongest range mobile portals in Germany. The use of this press release is of course free of charge.