Verizon: LTE Tablets, Smartphones & More At CES 2011

Posted: Oct 6 2010, 2:16pm CDT | by , in News | Tablets

 
Verizon: LTE Tablets, Smartphones & More At CES 2011
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Big Red makes some big promises.

CES 2011 is going to be one hell of a show. Today at their LTE Keynote Q&A, Verizon promised an impressive spread at next year's big tech conference. While they have not formalized a release date or pricing for their LTE network, it will be up by the end of the year. Initially, devices will be limited to USB aircard sort of things.

A whole huge family of LTE gadgets are coming in the first half of 2011, though, and Big Red will have many of them on display at CES. Tablets, smartphones and machine-to-machine devices were specifically mentioned by the spokesperson. All of these devices will be from mainstream OEMs.

Big Red has big plans for their LTE network. They intend to have 200 million people covered in 18 months time, with LTE coverage equal to modern-day 3G coverage by 2013.

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