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Reply # 24408 8-Dec-2005 08:25
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Jeffthechef:
Aloha: I just spoke with Voda HSDPA. He is fine, sending greetings for everyone.


When you see him next can you tell him he owes me a beer ;)

And if he doesnt stop stealing my morning paper I will belt him one..... I know its him...




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Reply # 24442 8-Dec-2005 17:32
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Jeffthechef:
Aloha: I just spoke with Voda HSDPA. He is fine, sending greetings for everyone.


When you see him next can you tell him he owes me a beer ;)

And if he doesnt stop stealing my morning paper I will belt him one..... I know its him...


He gave me the Business section to read over coffee this morning hahaha

Aaaaanyways, getting a bit off topic here ;)

Does anyone know who built the Cingular network? Also who is building the NZ HSDPA network? Or is it just a tag onto the current Nokia UMTS system?

 
 
 
 


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"Cingular and Lucent today announced the first successful data calls on Cingular's HSDPA test network in Atlanta, using Lucent equipment. The tests reached sustained data rates over 3 Mbps."

I know who is building the HSDPA in NZ but if I tell you I have to kill you.. :)




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Reply # 24476 9-Dec-2005 11:07
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Aloha its not hard to guess

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Reply # 24496 9-Dec-2005 14:26
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everyone knows it's econet :P




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Reply # 24533 9-Dec-2005 22:23
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the Road Runner "beep-beep" (HSDPA) sticking out his tongue to Wile E. Coyote (CDMA EVDO)




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Reply # 24534 9-Dec-2005 22:35
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From Nokia press release

The first commercial HSDPA software release for network infrastructure offering up to 1.8 Mbps download speeds will be available in 2005 from Nokia, followed by a simple software upgrade to 3.6 Mbps starting mid 2006 according to commercial terminal availability.

Nokia press release

Later, an upgrade to High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) with enhanced upload speeds, will be available in a similar manner. Nokia upload speed is already 384 kbps. Nokia already has over 20 HSDPA contracts, 7 of which have been published.

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Reply # 24542 10-Dec-2005 08:00
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I also read at:

www.3gamericas.org

and read

HSDPA: Deployments and Devices/Vendors

the pdf says "Vodafone New Zealand HSDPA under deployment"

54 networks planned or in deployment and 8 trials




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Reply # 24543 10-Dec-2005 09:09
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It's interesting to see how that according to their stats TelstraClear are going to have a live 3G network in Q4 2005. No mention of Econet though!


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