Samsung Helps Push LTE And 4G Network Development

Posted: Feb 16 2009, 7:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:04pm CDT, in News | Technology News

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Samsung announced today at MWC 2009 that it was participating in the ng Connect Program that will help drive the development and roll out of next-generation mobile networks that offer much more bandwidth than the networks mobile users around the globe use today. Among the technologies that are included in the drive are LTE and 4G networks.

Samsung says it will work with Alcatel-Lucent and other ng Connect Program members to develop and deliver new end-to-end LTE and 4G networks and home solutions. LTE promises mobile broadband speeds that are much faster than what we can choose from today.

The ng Connect Program was founded in 2009 and includes leading network, consumer electronics, application, and content providers as members. The goal of the program is to get the required network and devices on the market for LTE and 4G service.

Via Samsung

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