Everybody’s saying it’s the one to watch
Issue 136 November 2006
Network neutrality: Some are more equal than others
Broadband handsets: Are they still too expensive?
Swisscom has turned on its LTE network, becoming the first provider of next-generation 4G services in the country. At launch the LTE network will be available in 26 locations and it said that it plans to cover 70 per cent of the population with LTE by the end of 2013. The network will operate at 800MHz, 1800 MHz and 2600 MHz frequencies.
This white paper – produced by Telecoms.com and sponsored by Kapsch – argues that many mobile operators are not using the whole of their network capacity, often because they don’t have the time or aren’t being given the right advice—or simply because don’t yet know how. But the knowledge exists and, when applied, it can deliver valuable improvements and efficiencies.
Telecoms.com talks to Patrice Slupowski, VP – Digital Innovation of Orange at Broadband World Forum 2011.