Singapore's StarHub, Nokia demonstrate 600 Mbps peak download speeds

Singapore's second largest mobile operator, StarHub, has successfully demonstrated 600 Mbps peak download speeds using Nokia Networks' 4X4 MIMO technology with LTE-Advanced carrier aggregation. The technical trial was conducted at StarHub's headquarters.

StarHub and Nokia also successfully tested 3-band carrier aggregation using a commercial mobile device. The successful trials of 4x4 MIMO and multiband carrier aggregation pave the way toward even faster mobile broadband in the future, the companies say. Article

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