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Ooredoo Qatar and Nokia Networks boost network up to 375 Mbps

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Ooredoo Qatar and Nokia Networks have announced the launch of LTE Advanced (LTE A) three band carrier aggregation technology on the Ooredoo Supernet.

Nokia technology enables the operator to provide higher data speeds of up to 375 Mbps to its customers.

The launch followed software upgrade to aggregate two 20 MHz carriers in the 1800 MHz and 2600 MHz bands with one additional 10 MHz carrier in the 800 MHz band.

Bernard Najm, Vice President and Head of Middle East and Africa, Nokia Networks, said: "We're happy to support Ooredoo Qatar in its mission to provide top-quality services to its customers. After we successfully demonstrated 600 Mbps CAT 11 speeds in October, we have now helped Ooredoo launch the three-band carrier aggregation technology to deliver higher data throughput with superior reliability."

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