DT demos HSPA+ at 42Mbps

Deutsche Telekom demonstrated HSPA+ technology with download speeds of up to 42Mbps during the CeBIT 2010 technology fair in Hannover. The data call was conducted using a dual cell HSPA+ platform from Nokia Siemens and USB modems using Qualcomm's MDM8220 chipset. DT has some aggressive plans for HSPA+ technology. It expects to roll out HSPA+ at 21Mbps across all of its network in Germany with sales of a compatible data stick beginning in April. During 2010, DT plans to increase speeds to 42Mbps in parts of the network. Article

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