ST-Ericsson has enabled pioneering video applications demonstration on a TD-LTE tablet
November 01, 2010 // Jean-Pierre Joosting
ST-Ericsson enabled a showcase of advanced multimedia applications, including video streaming and web-browsing for the first time on a slim tablet over a TD-LTE network, in a high profile demonstration at the closing ceremony of Expo 2010 Shanghai China. The TD-LTE tablet was designed and manufactured by Quanta Computer.
This demonstration highlights the collaboration between ST-Ericsson and Quanta Computer on LTE modules and USB dongles. ST-Ericsson's LTE modems will be integrated into Quanta Computer's next generation's connected devices such as tablets, notebooks and laptops, enabling mobile subscribers to download data at speeds of up to 100 Mbps and upload data at speeds of up to 50 Mbps over both TD-LTE and LTE FDD networks.
"With the support of ST-Ericsson, Quanta is set to be a leading global supplier of LTE products to our customers, enabling them to enjoy very fast and very responsive wireless Internet access" said Frank Jiang, Vice President of Quanta Computer.
Pascal Langlois, Senior Vice President, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer of ST-Ericsson added, "Our LTE modems are now ready for mass-production, and our cooperation with Quanta will ensure that the rollout of LTE services in 2011 will be supported by an array of compelling devices."
For further information: www.stericsson.com.
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