Indus OS an operating system originated with a motive to help people to use smartphone in their local language, Indus OS works with OEMs like Micromax, Intex and Karbonn to integrate its operating system, which offers features like translation through a single swipe, text-to-speech in nine regional languages and intuitive auto-correction. “Besides having a phone that…
China Mobile, Nokia Networks and Ooredoo Qatar have achieved a 4.1 Gbps speed record over hybrid TDD-FDD LTE.
The companies achieved the speed by aggregating 10 carriers of both TDD and FDD spectrum for a combined 200 MHz of bandwidth.
The trial used Nokia’s Single RAN, Flexi Multiradio base station and LTE-A MIMO technologies. Uplink speeds exceeded 300Mbps.
During the trial, the partners achieved an even higher speed than the 3.78Gbps downlink achieved during Nokia’s 10-carrier aggregation trial with SK Telecom in June.
“This groundbreaking throughput is a milestone that boosts our efforts as we drive the commercialization and globalization of TD-LTE and TDD-FDD converged technology across the globe,” China Mobile Research Institute deputy GM Madam Huang Yahong said. Original post at Telecom Asia, click here to read more