SK Telecom @ Mobile World Congress 2013
Telecom Lead @ Mobile World Congress 2013: SK Telecom will introduce its LTE network optimization technologies — aimed at enhancing LTE / 4G service quality.
The Korean mobile giant will also showcase LTE-Advanced.
ICT-based growth businesses — Healthcare, Solution and Media — will also be displayed.
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As announced earlier, SK Telecom is planning to commercialize LTE-A network in H2 2013.
SK Telecom aims at becoming the first mobile operator in the world to use a smartphone on commercial network to deliver 150Mb data rates by using Carrier Aggregation (CA) technology.
Moreover, the company will unveil SUPER Cell concept that allows mobile operators to use cell virtualization technologies to enhance network capacity by minimizing inter-cell interference, ensure seamless call quality by removing handover, and benefit from cost-efficient operation of networks.
SK Telecom says it will showcase SUPER Cell 1.0 that can minimize inter-cell boundaries and make multiple number of small cells act as one cell by allocating identical cell IDs.
Moreover, it will showcase differentiated traffic management technologies and advanced network technologies including Cloud Belt, Tetra Cell, LTE Femtocell, and Giga Wi-Fi.
SK Telecom will also display sophisticated all-IP communication services such as joyn.T (RCS) and HD Voice (VoLTE).
At MWC 2013, SK Telecom will showcase FREND, Health-On, Smartcare, and Patient Guide.
SK Telecom will also showcase various ICT-based solutions designed to enhance user convenience and enterprise productivity.
It will unveil Atti, an educational robot that makes learning more fun and interesting for children by utilizing cutting-edge ICT.
The company will also display Smart Beam, the smallest pico projector for smartphones and tablet PCs, to enable projection of diverse contents on a nearby wall or ceiling.
SK Telecom will introduce Smart Location Guide, a location-based service designed to provide customers with accurate route guidance within buildings.