The leading handset manufacturer in China named, Huawei and Qualcomm Technologies have come to mutual terms and completed the commercial verification.
UDC is open for claims to enable operators to uplink resources and maximize the LTE-TDD resources.
Both the companies verified the TDD as well as the uplink technology consisting of data compression pertaining to the commercial LTE-TDD network. Speaking on it being on the network side, the network operators require only upgrade of Huawei’s ENodeB software.
The rising achievement in compression efficiency for various applications like Web browsing and messaging services and the increasing number of uplink users is maximizing the LTE-TDD.
Huawei commented that deployment of UDC does not need any type of hardware upgrade. The technology is fully implemented in the LTE modem and completely free from the mobile phone’s operating system.
Last month was the launch of new TDD and solution in collaboration with both the China and Japan industry partners. By next year, the solution is yet to be commercialized.
Huawei has the capacity to provide TDD+ technology and disclose more business trends and opportunities to provide high speed user friendly experience. This will be for carriers and their return on investment.
TDD+ is designed for high-performance cloud baseband and spectral efficiency. It consists of features such as huge carrier aggregation, high-order MIMO, multiple input/multiple output, and multiuser 3D beamforming.
In one of the related news, the company rolled out its voice-over LTE voice services into the VoLTE era. The rollout was based on the partnership with VoLTE project.
China Mobile aims to provide services for nearly 50 mn VoLTE subscribers by the end of this year and beginning of the next.
Moreover, China Telecom invested 17.8 bn yuan in LTE networks. June ended with 320,000 LTE base stations and further aims to reach 510,000 LTE by end of 2015.