Nokia Siemens Networks completes TD-LTE trial in the 2.3GHz band at the MIIT lab in Beijing

Nokia Siemens Networks has successfully completed the TD-LTE trial in the 2.3GHz band at the MIIT lab in Beijing, China. NSN has met the complete TD-LTE test specifications defined by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), according to a company statement. 

After the test, Nokia Siemens Networks also achieved the high-definition TD-LTE video call, including handover, with a Samsung TD-LTE device. The high-definition video call demo showcased interoperability between Nokia Siemens Networks’ LTE infrastructure and Samsung’s TD-LTE USB dongle.

“We’ve achieved excellent results from this test and are happy to partner with Nokia Siemens Networks in driving the TD-LTE ecosystem further. Commercial readiness of devices is a key indicator for the success of a new technology and the current test results show that we are now well prepared for TD-LTE,” said Mr. Tong Wang, president of Beijing Samsung Telecom R&D Center.

“Meeting TD-LTE test specifications defined by MIIT and achieving the first high-definition video call with handover, are key milestones in our list of achievements, added Paul Pan, head of Network Systems, Greater China Region, Nokia Siemens Networks.

The company recently announced the first TD-LTE interoperability data call with a prototype TD-LTE USB dongle from Samsung and the first TD-LTE video call between Shanghai and Taipei.

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