Rogers is closing in on its goal of bringing 4G LTE service to 60 percent of Canada by the end of 2012. In Ontario, the fastest high-speed network connectivity will soon be available in Kingston, Oakville, Burlington, London, Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Barrie. The other two major cities preparing for an LTE launch are Edmonton [...]
Rogers Wireless today announced the expansion of its next generation 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless network service into more cities surrounding the Greater Toronto Area and surrounding Vancouver.
>The LG Optimus LTE smartphone, which launched in South Korea last month, will be launched in Canada in coming weeks by Bell Mobility. It will be the second LTE smartphone offered by Bell following the HTC Raider.
Features of the device include LG’s Optimus LTE features a 4.5″ 720p HD display, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, HSPA+ and 4G LTE connectivity, an 8-megapixel rear camera, 1.3-megapixel front facing camera, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 1,830mAh battery, HDMI output, DLNA, WiFi, WiFi Direct, 2GB of internal storage, and a preloaded 8GB microSD card.
Bell Mobility this week announced the expansion of its next generation 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless network service into areas around Halifax Nova Scotia and Belleville Ontario.
Halifax and Belleville join areas of Toronto, Mississauga, Hamilton, Kitchener-Waterloo and Guelph with access to the new LTE network.
Three months after its launched its Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless network in Ottawa, Rogers has begun activating its first LTE smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S II LTE. The new devices were first delivered to customers on Tuesday
For consumers who invest in new LTE wireless smartphones and tablets, LTE technology promises better network performance and better support for data services. Rogers claims future LTE smartphone owners can expect to experience data speeds that are between three and four times faster than what is currently available on the current Rogers HSPA+ network.
Manitoba’s MTS today announced today that it had it has begun work on Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology planning, infrastructure development and internal system work with a goal of starting deployment in 2012.
The company, which has almost half a million wireless customers in the province, did not provide any specific timeframe for the first phase of the rollout or where it might take place.
Bell Mobility today announced the launch of the 4G LTE Novatel Wireless U679 Turbo Stick, also known as the Ovation MC 679 USB modem.
Bell Mobility today launched its next generation 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless network service in areas of Toronto, Mississauga, Hamilton, Kitchener-Waterloo and Guelph.
The launch of the new network, which holds out the promise of faster download speeds, improved latency and increased capacity, comes several weeks before Rogers Wireless who are expected to launch their LTE network in Toronto on September 28th.