Telecom Lead Europe: Russian mobile operator YOTA Networks has launched LTE-Advanced services in Moscow. The 4G network is powered by Huawei.
Huawei, the Chinese telecom equipment maker, has modernized its end-to-end SingleRAN LTE/EPC solution for LTE-Advanced (in terms of 3GPP rev10) to deliver excellent performance for YOTA’s mobile broadband network.
The solution features Carrier Aggregation technology, which provides downlink peak rates of up to 300Mbps, depending on the capacity of the radio channel.
“We are proud to be selected as a partner of YOTA Networks and we fully intend to support YOTA in the launch of their most advanced services yet. To date, Huawei has realized a large number of commercial LTE projects across many countries, and the launch of the first test LTE-A network in Moscow is a major step in the development of mobile broadband access markets around the world,” said Sergey Varyukhin, vice president for Huawei in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Armenia.
Huawei has already bagged over 110 commercial LTE/EPC contracts and launched 51 commercial LTE networks for numerous global operators, more than any other network infrastructure provider.