M1 and Nokia complete small cells trial in push for speedier networks

M1 Limited and Nokia achieved close to 1Gbps network download speed after completing the licensed assisted access (LAA) small cells trial. Leveraging on the advanced interworking capabilities of LAA and precise planning and design carried out by M1’s engineers and Nokia’s service experts, the solution provides 4.5G technology in the unlicensed 5GHz spectrum band which complements well with M1’s existing licensed band, the firms stated.

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