LAS VEGAS, USA (AVING Special Report on 'CTIA Wireless 2009') -- <Visual News> Alcatel-Lucent(www.alcatel-lucent.com/lte) introduced 'Evolved Packet Core(EPC)', an all-IP portfolio designed specifically for operators planning to offer mobile broadband services using Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology.
Already selected by leading adapters of LTE such as Verizon Wireless, the Alcatel-Lucent EPC- a critical element of the company's end-to-end LTE solution – leverages Alcateo-Lucent's expertise in IP service routing and unmatched experience in the deployment of wireline 'triple play' networks.
LTE is a new wireless broadband technology that offers data speeds comparable to the fastest fixed broadband technologies, and offers significantly reduced latency to ensure a high-quality end-user experience for real-time, multimedia services. As consumers embrace high-bandwidth, multimedia and Web services on their mobile devices, operators are moving to LTE to provide the performance, quality and ubiquitous coverage required to remain competitive in the market.
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