The wireless service provider facing network issues has picked Ericsson and Alcatel-lucent to build its new LTE (Long Term Evolution) high-speed wireless network. AT&T has to improve its services to defend its depleting market share in high competitive wireless market. As wireless infrastructure solutions provider these two companies are building a similar network for Verizon.
Verizon will roll out its network later this year, while AT&T's LTE network is scheduled to start operations in 2011. Telecom player has been hassled by inferior network reports of unable to adequately support iPhone users. The users will be able to download higher data levels of music & surf the Web from smart phones more efficiently and cheaply with new LTE technology.
The wireless industry has faced unsteady waves and this new LTE services can bring the much needed solidity to telecom carriers. High data usage by users has hampered the speed & also had given rise in number of dropped calls. Increasing traffic & advanced products demand higher-quality network performance and capacity. Wireless operators have proactively taken steps to profitably roll out 4G services, which will deliver better & improved services to the consumers & lead the wireless industry thriving into the future with next generation solutions.
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