World's first commercial 1800 MHZ LTE/EPC network

Monday, 13 September, 2010

Huawei, a telecommunications network systems provider for operators around the world, has announced that Mobyland, Poland’s leading 2G mobile provider, has successfully launched the world’s first commercial 1800 MHz LTE/EPC network using Huawei’s end to end (E2E) LTE/EPC (Long Term Evolution/Evolved Packet Core) solution. Mobyland  is now able to provide unparalleled mobile broadband service to mobile broadband operators and their end users with peak downlink speeds of more than 146 Mbps per user.

According to the contract, Huawei will deploy a mobile broadband network across Poland for Mobyland with its cutting-edge SingleRAN@Broad solution. This deployment is claimed as the world’s first commercial LTE/EPC network based on 1800 MHz spectrum with 20 MHz bandwidth on one radio unit.

The first phase of the commercial LTE network was deployed by software upgrading Mobyland’s existing 2G network, based on Huawei equipment, covering Poland’s major cities such as Warsaw, Katowice, and Lodz. The high-quality and rapid network deployment demonstrates that Huawei’s mobile network solution ensures smooth evolution in the future as well as reduced total cost of ownership.

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