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Mark Peters : February 23th 2017 - 21:58 CET

T-Mobile deploys LTE-U technology


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T-MobileUn-carrier prepares LTE-U network to be launched in Spring : T-Mobile releases information about their LTE-U network project. Building on its track-record of launching advanced technologies first, T-Mobile is now deploying LTE-U technology in its LTE network, following today’s FCC certification of equipment from strategic partners Nokia and Ericsson. This new step forwards paves the way for the Un-carrier to introduce new network capabilities and future mobile devices for consumers this spring. At the moment T-Mobile’s LTE network is recognized as America’s fastest according to multiple independent third-party studies. These speed tests are also based on billions of real-time, crowd-sourced tests by millions of real customers, not paid consultants, using their own smart device.
Gigabit LTE

T-Mobile Gigabit LTE
Today’s FCC certification follows more than three years of extensive research, development and testing to ensure LTE-U works well alongside Wi-Fi technologies. Starting in December 2016, T-Mobile was already testing LTE-U equipment as part of early field trials, so the Un-carrier has been ready to hit the ground running to bring this new technology to customers. With LTE-U, starting this spring, T-Mobile customers will be able to tap into the first 20 MHz of underutilized unlicensed spectrum on the 5GHz band and use it for additional LTE capacity. T-Mobile already has more capacity per subscriber than AT&T and Verizon, and the addition of LTE-U will only extend that lead and further improve the Un-carrier’s blazing-fast speeds. And, LTE-U will make it possible for T-Mobile to bring its forthcoming Gigabit LTE to more places across the country.

LTE-U mobile devices

LTE-U mobile devices
LTE-U equipment and mobile devices andintelligently tap into and share underutilized unlicensed spectrum without affecting other users on the same band, including those using conventional Wi-Fi. LTE-U constantly seeks the least utilized channels to maximize efficiency and performance for everyone. As demand on the Wi-Fi network increases, LTE-U backs off, and as Wi-Fi demand wanes, customers can tap into that unused capacity for LTE. "T-Mobile’s network is second to none, with more capacity per customer than the Duopoly and LTE-U will only accelerate our lead,” said Neville Ray, CTO at T-Mobile. “T-Mobile’s built a track record of introducing new innovations first, including deploying more LTE Advanced technologies than anyone in the US. All that innovation means one thing - a fantastic customer experience. That’s why T-Mobile customers are the most satisfied in US wireless!”




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