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Ericsson promotes networking society

( Updated: 2014-09-26 17:56

Ericsson promotes networking society

Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg speaks during a news conference at the company's headquarter in Stockholm April 23, 2014. [Photo / Agencies]

Ericsson showcased its mobile internet technology and applications for more efficient, intelligent transmissions in the future for a networking society on Thursday.

At a demonstration of its 5G, it reached a peek speed of 5.8-Gbps, using its pre-standard 5G network technology, which it believes will meet the needs of the next generation of machine-to-machine (M2M) applications.

Ericsson demonstrated three technologies -- TD-LTE and LTE FDD carrier aggregation, LTE FDD three-band carrier aggregation, and HSPA pilot frequency three-band carrier aggregation -- based on China Unicom’s commercial network and terminals, to improve network coverage and spectrum effectiveness of mobile operators.

It also displayed its DACC technology, a new form of data compression, which allows a smart cell phone, on an HSUPA carrier frequency, to upload data far faster than its theoretical limit of 5.76-Mbps.

Because of its close cooperation with China Unicom, Ericsson expects to keep on exploring advanced network technology for an innovative networking society here.

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