Nordic Business Report-November 30, 2005-Nokia completes HSDPA call in China
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Finnish telecomms solutions provider Nokia said on Wednesday (30 November) that its Networks business group has successfully completed a High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) call, reaching the speed of 3.2 Mb/s, at its facilities in Beijing, China. The data call, which achieved stable throughput, was made in a Nokia network using a test terminal. The first commercial HSDPA software release for network infrastructure offering up to 1.8 Mb/s download speeds would be available in 2005 from Nokia, followed by a simple software upgrade to 3.6 Mb/s starting mid-2006 according to commercial terminal availability. Later, an upgrade to High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) with enhanced upload speeds would be available in a similar manner, the company said.
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