Canada's Telus to Offer 42Mbps Download Speeds
Published on: 8th Feb 2011
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Canadian mobile network operator, Telus says that it will start offering theoretical peak data download speeds of 42Mbps from next month. The company has upgraded its 3G network to support Dual Cell on HSPA (DC HSPA ).
The first device to take full advantage of this new Dual Cell capability will be the Sierra Wireless AirCard 319U 4G Internet Key.
"Canada is an innovation leader in communications technology, and TELUS is at the forefront, bringing our customers the most advanced wireless technology available. Dual Cell is just the latest example of our commitment to offer our clients the latest and greatest available technology," said Eros Spadotto, executive vice-president of Technology Strategy at TELUS.
The network upgrade will be initially limited to the centers of major cities and main transport routes.