BARCELONA -- Airspan Networks Inc., a leading provider of 4G LTE-Advanced broadband wireless access networks, announced today that it has started the deployment of a 2.6 GHz TD-LTE network with Brazilian Telco ON in Sao Paulo state using its Air4G high power compact small cell.
This deployment is based on Airspan's Air4G LTE-Advanced ready product line that delivers the highest net throughputs and operational range of any TD-LTE product available today.
Air4G's class leading features include;
LTE-Advanced Release 10 Feature Set
Support for TD-LTE Band 38 and Band 41 at 2.6 GHz
End User Speeds of up to 100 Mbit/s
Full Interoperability with third-party EPCs and UEs
"We have taken the decision to aggressively deploy the LTE-Advanced ready systems in our concession area in Brazil's Sao Paulo State because of its ability to quickly offer very high-quality Internet connectivity to a large footprint," commented FarĂ¨s Nassar, CEO of ON. "We also chose Airspan because they demonstrated the ability to quickly integrate with our existing LTE RAN and Core supplier and delivered LTE at an attractive coverage/performance ratio. We have so far been impressed by Airspan's deployment agility and responsiveness".
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