Polish Operator Launches HSPA+ Network in 900Mhz Band
Published on: 3rd Nov 2009
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Polish telco, Sferia and Huawei have announced the successful launch of the world's first HSPA network in the 900 MHz band for Aero2.
Via its 64 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) technology, Sferia/Aero2's HSPA+ network is able to achieve downlink peak data rates of up to 21.6 Mb/s per user and over 60 Mb/s per base station. This rapid data exchange rate is achieved via Huawei's All-IP mobile backhauling solution, which is utilized in all Sferia/Aero2 base stations.
"Using Huawei's leading HSPA+ solution in our cellular network, Aero2 is confident that we will retain our competitive position in the Polish telecommunications market," said Mr. Adam Kurian'ski, President of Aero2. "With the new network, our customers will be able to enjoy advanced multimedia and entertainment services in a cost-effective way."
"We are pleased to work with Sferia/Aero2 in the launch of the new HSPA+ network in Poland and we see real traction within the HSPA market," said Mr. Qin Hua, General Sales Director of Huawei Poland. "As a leading provider of end-to-end mobile broadband solutions, Huawei is committed to working closely with operators worldwide to pave the way for their mobile broadband strategies."
Sferia/Aero2's new end-to-end HSPA+ network infrastructure is built entirely of Huawei products and solutions.