T-Mobile's Ray offers insight on HSPA+42, backhaul and more

Neville Ray, the company's CTOAt the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this month, T-Mobile USA made headlines with plans to upgrade its network to HSPA+ 42, which represents a doubling of the company's current networks speeds. Neville Ray, the company's CTO, sat down with Editor In Chief Sue Marek at CES to talk about the company's move to HSPA+ 42, the ongoing debate over HSPA+ being designated a 4G technology and the important role backhaul plays in delivering wireless data speeds. Hot Seat


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