LTE: Verizon team a growing number of U.S. cities 23 June 2011Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
Towards the end of the unlimited offers?
The LTE technology is most often designated as Super 3 G or 4 G. This standard may in fact be described as being to halfway between 3 G and 4 G because it represents a very clear to the current UMTS development, while not quite yet of 4 G, unlike the LTE Advanced. The Verizon operator continues its deployment in all cases to the United States and announces the commissioning of its network in a new series of cities.
LTE, the next step
LTE means Long Term Evolution, a name which was chosen by the European Institute of telecommunications (ETSI) standards, but the standard LTE itself is the result of work of the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). The same name of the LTE suggests a step forward because this technology is a starting point to future amendments since it does not state the specifications of a real 4 G standard. A 4 G for which the ARCEP invites in France operators to file their applications at this time.