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November 22, 2010

Huawei to deploy commercial LTE TDD network for Aero2

Allows ultra-speed data rates on network and deliver high-quality mobile broadband services

By CBR Staff Writer

Huawei, a provider of telecommunications network offerings, has been awarded a contract to deploy the commercial LTE TDD network for Aero2, Poland’s mobile broadband operator, which will become operational in early 2011.

Huawei said that its end-to-end LTE TDD/EPC (Long Term Evolution/Evolved Packet Core) offering will allow ultra-speed data rates on network and delivers rich experiences and high-quality mobile broadband services including video call and mobile Internet access, to Aero2’s subscribers.

Aero2 president Adam Kurianski said the company is committed to providing high-quality mobile broadband services for their customers and introducing cutting-edge telecom technologies in Poland.

"We are confident that with Huawei’s advantages in LTE technology, we will be able to offer users a rich communications experience with the deployment of the LTE TDD network," Kurianski said.

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