Huawei is set to advance the long term evolution (LTE) industry in Asia Pacific and unveiled its 'No-Edge' vision for the future of the technology at LTE Asia 2012.
The 'No-Edge' network concept from the global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider is expected to open up high-growth market opportunities for operators.
This new concept will also enable operators to build efficient, sustainable and profitable mobile broadband networks that offer simple, fast, and high-quality connectivity to their customers.
Efforts of Huawei seem well-timed as the number of LTE subscribers is expected to increase 31 times by 2016, according to Informa.
This increase in the number of the LTE subscribers will drive more operators to deploy LTE networks.
"Multi-mode data cards, mobile wi-fi, and smartphones that support LTE FDD and TDD dual mode became available in 2012 and they reduce the burden operators face from the explosion of mobile broadband," said Lim Chee Siong, chief marketing officer of Huawei South Pacific.
Improving user experience
Huawei's Performance Enhancement Solution leverages LTE technologies to improve user experience by 30 percent. This solution was showcased at LTE Asia 2012.
The company's "No-Edge" networks concept utilises a range of LTE, LTE-Advanced and innovative future-oriented technologies to realise ultra broadband, zero-waiting and ubiquitous connectivity.
Huawei also recognises the importance of LTE roaming for realising seamless communication in the LTE era and address the customers' requirements. Its Diameter Agent solution enables operators to accelerate LTE roaming services rollout and simplify LTE/PCC network architecture.
"Huawei is committed to advancing the LTE industry and we are excited about the benefits that our 'No-Edge' vision will bring to our customers and theirs," added Siong.
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