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For Sprint, which expects to spend $8 billion this year and next on capital expenses like network upgrades, the technology push could help i
In a test using NSN's Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station at the company's Mountain View, Calif., facility, 120 MHz of Sprint's 2.5 GHz TDD spectrum was aggregated to achieve what the companies claim is a TD-LTE speed record. Increasing the amount of throughput that can be generated on a single cell site allows for higher data speeds to larger numbers of subscribers.
During the Mobile World Congress later this month in Barcelona, the companies will publicly replicate the demo with an aim toward "proving that TD-LTE technology and the ecosystem are ready for global roll out by any operator with TDD spectrum," said Zhang Qi, NSN's vice president for TD-LTE.
Read more: Sprint, NSN tout demo of 2.6 Gbps throughput on TD-LTE - FierceWirelessTech
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yep is all about speed and transfer and cloud now and NSN in smack in the middle of it.
Could the facilities or plants that was transferred to Microsoft be used to mass produce the smart watch being it would work with the windows 8 platform.
After the sale there will be no way for NSN to distribute or mass produce the smart watch or any other device.