Ericsson to Supply Wavefront with HSPA Radio Access Equipment and Access to Test Facility

Vancouver, BC, March 12, 2010—-Wireless developers in Western Canada are now able to test new wireless applications on a 3G network, in real-world situations over robust networks, to help them ready their technology for market. (4 hours ago)

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2 Responses to “Ericsson to Supply Wavefront with HSPA Radio Access Equipment and Access to Test Facility”

  1. Jacob says:

    It would seem that In western Canada, they are now able to test and use new applications on the newest network to help in everyday situations. This will help them to test these new products.

  2. JoshuaP says:

    Of course High Speed Packet Access (HSPA)[1] is a wireless voice and data protocol.

    Most HSPA systems are upgrades from WCDMA systems and promise data rates up to 14 Mbit/s in the downlink and 5.8 Mbit/s in the uplink.

    HSPA has some benefits over Wimax systems because HSPA does not require dedicated network infrastructure i.e. new investments in wireless network equipment.