Long Term Evolution (LTE)
Give your customers a superior mobile broadband experience.
Your customers expect their experience of mobile broadband to be smooth, continuous and rapid. Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology is the most efficient mobile broadband technology for providing an excellent user experience. It offers the highest data rates and shortest latency times.
Nokia LTE in Korea
LTE can be used on both paired and unpaired spectrum allocations, making it a truly global technology. Over 600 operators in more than 180 countries are investing in LTE networks.
We have LTE centers in markets all over the world and works closely with suppliers to ensure smooth implementation and operation. We can supply LTE (FDD mode) and TD-LTE to markets around the world. Our close cooperation with the leading LTE device suppliers ensures end-to-end interoperability, and our 4G devices complement our infrastructure solutions and help operators to launch LTE services.
LTE-A marks the evolution of LTE to even higher user data rates and more network capacity.
One of the key features of LTE-A is Carrier Aggregation. Nokia has had LTE-A Carrier Aggregation in commercial networks since 2013, when the Korean operators were the first in the world to launch it.
LTE-A continues to evolve, with a current focus on including the use of unlicensed spectrum and the optimization of mobile broadband networks for the Internet of Things.
LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation faster everywhere
The business benefits
- Delivers extremely fast broadband for customers
- Operates on a global standard
- Offers efficient delivery and smooth implementation
Why Nokia Networks?
We supply LTE to 9 of the 10 largest operators (by LTE subscriptions) globally - from China, Japan, South Korea to the USA.
We’ve deployed LTE on all major frequency bands and as of May 2015, we have 177 commercial references.