Spirent Communications and Signals Research have put to the test recent industry claims that high-speed packet access plus can deliver comparable download speeds to 4G technologies, and they’ve concluded that HSPA+ may not be as fast as its proponents claim. Testing currently available HSPA+ chipsets over live HSPA+ networks, Spirent and Signals found that while HSPA+ can deliver tremendous amounts of bandwidth under certain static conditions, as subscribers become more mobile, download speeds quickly drop off, leaving them with connections significantly slower than those anticipated on the first long-term evolution networks. (Source: Kevin Fitchard, Connected Planet)
Posted Wednesday, June 2 2010 by ChrisD Rating: 1.17Comments ()
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