HSDPA


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HSDPA

(High Speed Downlink Packet Access) See HSPA.
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The deal includes the upgrade of the mobile network in Norway and is part of a pan-Nordic HSDPA contract between Telenor Nordic and Nokia Siemens Networks, covering Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
NEC also delivered HSDPA mobile handsets "N902iX HIGH-SPEED" for this new commercial service in Japan.
KPN is working with Huawei to establish a nationwide 3G/2G Circuit Switch/Packet Switch core network and the HSDPA datacard offering will allow its subscribers to access an enhanced 3G service.
The LIFEBOOK Q2010 notebook will be the first to be introduced, available in Germany and in Austria via T-Mobile's partner S&T, supporting GPRS, EDGE, UMTS and HSDPA.
We foresee a mass market with HSDPA implemented in 2006,' said Mikael Back, vicepresident of Ericsson 3G networks business.
The main reason to deploy HSDPA and later HSUPA, is clearly the benefit the technology brings in terms of user experience.
According to the GSA, 81% of commercial WCDMA networks have launched HSDPA, with 86 HSDPA networks having launched mobile broadband service delivering 3.
The upgrade to HSDPA enables SmarTone-Vodafone to deliver broadband speeds of up to 1.
T-Mobile UK's HSDPA service will cost GBP17 per month at launch, as an introductory web browsing and e-mail offer, with new customers signing up for an 18- or 24-month minimum term contract receiving a free web'n'walk data card.
With the successful trial and network rollout, we are well positioned to be the first to provide 3 Hong Kong's supporters with supremely enhanced mobile communications experience, once the HSDPA compatible devices are available.
The Ovation MC870D is a pocket-sized, HSDPA USB modem that delivers mobile broadband access with download speeds up to 7.
Swedish telecomms solutions provider Ericsson said on Wednesday (26 April) that the Estonian mobile operator EMT would launch commercial mobile broadband services based on HSDPA in Tallinn, Estonia.