EE's LTE network plan is a Stairway to Heaven
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Mansoor Hanif, Director of RAN, EE
EE undergoes a continual process of increasing capacity to its UK 4G LTE network. It started off with 10MHz, doubled that the next year, and is doubling again this year by adding a layer of 2600MHz spectrum to major cities. This enables the telco to not only keep up with the speed demands for its highest-level users, but also increases its network capacity. Video remains the biggest usage of data, and will increase more when 4K TV starts to roll out. EE will also be supporting new LTE-broadcast applications. EE is also looking forward to the emergence of Smart Edge computing, bringing together SDN and network edge caching, which whilst not live yet, has huge potential over the next few years.
Filmed at Broadband World Forum, Amsterdam, 21-23 October, 2014
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