4G LTE Novatel Wireless U679 Turbo Stick launched with Bell

Novatel Wireless, a provider of wireless broadband access
solutions, and Bell announced the launch of the 4G LTE Novatel Wireless U679
Turbo Stick on Bell Mobility’s new 4G LTE network.



The 4G LTE Novatel Wireless U679 offers Bell Mobility
customers in LTE coverage areas mobile Internet download speeds as fast as 75
Megabits per second (Mbps) with typical speeds ranging between 12 and 25 Mbps
and up to 100 Mbps as the platform evolves.



“The desire to leverage the latest 4G LTE speeds
on-the-go is a palpable and growing trend in many markets today,” said Rob
Hadley, CMO, Novatel Wireless.



“We are proud to launch on Bell’s new 4G LTE network
our cutting edge 4G LTE Novatel Wireless U679 Turbo Stick and believe Bell
Mobility customers will applaud its speed, compact design and
ease-of-use” Hadley added.



The 4G LTE Novatel Wireless U679 – the slimmest and most
compact 4G LTE USB modem on the market today – comes equipped with an internal
MIMO receive antenna, for optimal performance when users need it most and is
backwards compatible to both Dual Carrier HSPA+ networks offering speeds up to
42 Mbps (typical between 7 and 14 Mbps) or HSPA+ offering speeds up to 21 Mbps
(typical between 3.5 and 8 Mbps).


Bell’s 4G LTE network is the first and only Canadian LTE
network to offer customers Dual Carrier 42 Mbps speeds when outside of LTE
coverage areas.


“Launching our new 4G LTE network in some of
Canada’s most populous areas including the Waterloo region innovation hub and
the country’s largest wireless market in the Toronto area, demonstrates Bell’s
commitment to the continued growth of the country’s wireless ecosystem,”
said Adel Bazerghi, senior vice president of Products at Bell Mobility.



Recently, Novatel Wireless, and ACAL BFi, a division of
Acal plc have signed a  distribution agreement covering the UK, Italy and Germany to sell, and
provide local specialist technical support for Enfora’s N4A wireless
connectivity platform and low-power 2G and 3G modules and devices.
By Telecomlead.com Team

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