Motorola Solutions last week announced its FDD LTE USB-lte 7110 USB device at 4G World, which it says will provide consumers with 4G connectivity via their netbook, notebook or even PC.
The Motorola Solutions business of Motorola announced last week at 4G World 2010 the introduction of its new FDD LTE USB-lte 7110 device for delivery of personalised mobile broadband experiences, including real-time multimedia applications. These include video conferencing, high-definition content streaming, video blogging and the ability to quickly upload video onto social networking sites.
The new USB device will also be made available for interoperability testing with non-Motorola LTE networks worldwide.
Key facts: The USB-lte 7110 provides delivery of reliable 4G mobile broadband connectivity anytime, anyplace – indoors, outdoors, at home or in the office via a common USB interface available on the end user’s laptop, netbook or tablet PC for a plug and play experience with absolutely no end user installation required.
The LTE USB-lte 7110 is part of Motorola’s portfolio of high-performance broadband wireless solutions and services offering operators a complete end-to-end LTE network solution.
Motorola’s LTE solution is comprised of its fourth-generation Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) broadband platform and a selection of radio options that include multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO) and smart antennas. It also features Motorola’s self-organising network (SON) solution.
LTE’s lower cost per bit makes bandwidth-hungry applications more cost effective for operators.
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