AT&T partners with Alacatel-Lucent and Ericcson for planned LTE rollout

Wed, Feb 10, 2010


AT&T announced today its plans to partner up with Alcatel-Lucent and Ericcson as it moves forward with its plan to deploy a 4G LTE broadband network.

The selection of the two suppliers paves the way for AT&T’s planned field trials of LTE technology later this year, with commercial deployment scheduled to begin in 2011. AT&T’s LTE rollout schedule aligns with industry expectations for development of LTE technology and widespread availability of equipment and compatible LTE mobile devices. The supplier agreements also complement AT&T’s plans to make the nation’s fastest 3G network even faster in advance of LTE networks and devices scaling, allowing the company to continue delivering the most advanced mobile broadband experience in the nation.

You can check out AT&T’s full press release over here.

via MacRumors


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