Netzausbau

O2 schaltet EDGE frei

Gestern hat Telefónica O2 den Schalter umgelegt. An den ersten 700 Standorten in Süddeutschland kann man nun bei O2 auch über EDGE im mobilen Internet surfen. In den nächsten Tagen soll auch in anderen Regionen EDGE freigeschaltet werden.

Über EDGE schneller im mobilen Internet
Über EDGE schneller im mobilen Internet
Über EDGE kann man Daten mit bis zu 220 kbit/s auf das Handy oder den Laptop laden. Wie anfänglich auch Vodafone wird O2 EDGE vor allem dort ausbauen, wo es kein UMTS gibt. Ende des Jahres sollen mehr als 4.500 Standorte mit EDGE aufgerüstet sein.

HSDPA bis Ende des Jahres

Zeitgleich arbeitet O2 auch am Ausbau des UMTS-Netzes. So soll die Versorgung mit UMTS bis Ende 2009 auf mehr als 60 Prozent steigen. Das bestehende UMTS-Netz wird zusätzlich mit den Techniken HSDPA und HSUPA erweitert. Auf diese Weise werden schnellere Downloads und Uploads möglich.

Derzeit ist das UMTS-Netz bereits zu 75 Prozent mit HSDPA aufgerüstet. Bis Ende des Jahres soll das gesamte Netz soweit sein.

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19. September 2008 | 12:28 Uhr | Peter Giesecke | Trackback

Tags: Netzausbau, O2, O2 Telefónica, EDGE, HSDPA, UMTS, HSUPA, Süddeutschland, GPRS-Erweiterung


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#1

That hits the target dead cenert! Great answer!
Kulpreet | 23.03.2015 | 08:07 Uhr

#2

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Christopher | 24.03.2015 | 21:59 Uhr

#3

0 von 1 Kunden fanden die fodlgnee Rezension hilfreich: Umfassend, 24. Mai 2011Vona0 Rezension bezieht sich auf: Grundkurs Mobile Kommunikationssysteme: UMTS, HSDPA und LTE, GSM, GPRS und Wireless LAN (Broschiert) Das Buch geht auf alle Themen der mobilen Kommunikation ein. Das Niveau ist hoch, aber verste4ndlich. Passt gut ffcr die Aufarbeitung eines Themas.Helfen Sie anderen Kunden bei der Suche nach den hilfreichsten Rezensionena0War diese Rezension ffcr Sie hilfreich?a0 | a0
Christopher | 24.03.2015 | 21:59 Uhr

#4

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#5

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#6

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#7

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Henrique | 25.03.2015 | 20:39 Uhr

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