670+ Mbps Smartphone Speed, Demonstrated by T-Mobile

In San Jose, California, T-Mobile and Qualcomm jointly announced that T-Mobile users across hundreds of markets would see their maximum broadband speed climb, thanks to the roll out of a combination of technologies from both companies. The high-speed broadband experience described as “Gigabit-class LTE” because it nearly reaches the 1 Gbps barrier in one of many steps on the way to 5G, the fifth generation wireless broadband.LTE Advanced is a broad definition of high-speed LTE, while Gigabit-Class LTE typically means 0.8 Gbps and above. As it stands, T-Mobile USA says that about half of the market it serves is Gigabit-class capable.  Australia was the first country to deploy a Gigabit-class commercial LTE network, and we were there to experience it firsthand. It is unbelievable to see such speed on wireless broadband, but this is what the future looked like, and it is rapidly becoming availableTo make LTE Advanced happen, the T-Mobile network had to be upgraded using technologies such as 4X4 MIMO which incre

670+ Mbps Smartphone Speed, Demonstrated by T-Mobile

In San Jose, California, T-Mobile and Qualcomm jointly announced that T-Mobile users across hundreds of markets would see their maximum broadband speed climb, thanks to the roll out of a combination ...

Fri 10 Nov 17 from Ubergizmo

T-Mobile's LTE-Advanced Wireless Network Now Covers Over 920 Markets

T-Mobile has been at the forefront of rolling out faster mobile networks with a big push for LTE Advanced. The Un-carrier has now announced that it has rolled out LTE Advanced networks in over ...

Fri 10 Nov 17 from HotHardware

T-Mobile massively expands Gigabit LTE coverage

Qualcomm and T-Mobile took to the stage on Thursday at the San Jose Convention Center to show off Gigabit Class LTE using flagship smartphones. At the event, T-Mobile shared that LTE Advanced ...

Thu 9 Nov 17 from Techspot

T-Mobile's gigabit network push reaches 430 markets in US - CNET

The carrier boasts of "eclipsing" Verizon and AT&T with next-gen LTE tech. But it'll take awhile for phones to support the new networks.

Thu 9 Nov 17 from CNET Cutting Edge

T-Mobile more than doubles its gigabit LTE availability

At an event today in San Jose, Qualcomm and T-Mobile are getting together to demonstrate the power and speed of gigabit LTE. In conjunction with the event, the self-proclaimed Uncarrier ...

Thu 9 Nov 17 from Engadget

LTE Advanced from T-Mobile is the next step to 5G connectivity

T-Mobile is pushing forward with the rollout of next-generation connectivity as it gets ready for the eventual arrival of 5G.

Thu 9 Nov 17 from Techradar

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