CES 2011: LG And Verizon Unveil 4G LTE Solutions

Posted: Jan 7 2011, 7:41am CST | by , in News | CES

 

CES 2011: LG and Verizon Unveil 4G LTE solutions
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New LTE gear will end up inside other products

It' burns my rear that in my area I still can't get a reliable 3G web connection to use on my devices and smartphone, but there are 4G LTE networks and gear already rolling out in other places. LG and Verizon have announced at CES that they have a new ecosystem of 4G LTE solutions for businesses.

The solutions include the WM300 LTE module and the L2000 modem chip that will work on the LTE 4G network Verizon is launching around the country. The module and the chipset are part of the machine-to-machine solutions that will allow fixed wireless apps including gateways and telematics to connect to the LTE network.

LG says that it and Verizon have been working together for three years to bring these products to market. I would imagine this would be the hardware that ends up inside other brands of gear that want to provide 4G data access.

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