Huawei Awarded World’s First Commercial Frame Contract Covering LTE TDD Technology in Poland

11:18, November 24, 2010      

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Huawei, a leader in providing next-generation telecommunications network solutions for operators around the world, announced on Nov. 18 that it has been awarded a frame contract to deploy the world’s first commercial LTE TDD network for Aero2, Poland’s leading mobile broadband operator.

With Huawei’s end-to-end LTE TDD/EPC (Long Term Evolution/Evolved Packet Core) solution, the network will allow ultra-speed data rates and deliver rich experiences and high-quality mobile broadband services, such as video call and mobile Internet access, to Aero2’s subscribers. The network will become operational in early 2011.

“Aero2 is committed to providing high-quality mobile broadband services for our customers and introducing cutting-edge telecom technologies in Poland,” said Adam Kuriaski, the President of Aero2. “We are confident that with Huawei’s advantages in LTE technology, we will be able to offer users a rich communications experience with the deployment of the LTE TDD network.”

“This milestone demonstrates that LTE TDD technology is already mature, stable and reliable for large-scale deployment,” said Ying Weimin, President of LTE Network, Huawei. “Based on Huawei’s LTE unified platform supporting both LTE FDD and LTE TDD, we are confident that the network will contribute to Areo2’s success in the mobile broadband era.”

Due to their long-term partnership, Aero2 and Huawei have achieved a series of breakthroughs in LTE, benefiting from Huawei’s LTE FDD and TDD unified platform. In September, 2010, the world’s first commercial LTE FDD network, on 1800MHz band, was launched in Poland. Recent LTE TDD lab testing with Aero2 in Poland showed that download throughput rate reached up to 100Mb/s.

As a leading provider of end-to-end mobile broadband solutions, Huawei has constructed the world’s first LTE FDD network for TeliaSonera in Norway and supported China Mobile to deploy the world’s first pre-commercial LTE TDD network at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo. To date, Huawei has won 18 commercial LTE contracts and has partnered with leading operators in Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and the Middle East to deploy over 70 LTE/EPC trial networks around the world.

Aero2 is a new comprehensive telecommunications provider in Poland. The company builds mobile networks and broadband Internet access. The coverage of Aero2 has already reached more than 40% of the Polish population. Aero2 has a radio frequency of 900 MHz and 2.5 GHz.

Huawei is a leading telecoms solutions provider serving 45 of the world’s top 50 telecom operators. Huawei’s products and solutions have been deployed in over 100 countries and support the communications needs of one third of the world’s population.
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