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Portions of Barcelona this week are decked out with LTE wireless broadband technology courtesy of Motorola, who is highlighting the technology to attendees of the Mobile World Congress. Our friend Mari Silbey blogs about the network, which was showcased to customers brave enough to get into a van with Motorola personnel. The accompanying video shows a UMTS-to-LTE handoff, as well as the viewing of high definition content via LTE. Riders in the van are also able to access the LTE network via Wi-Fi. Both AT&T and Verizon hope to deploy LTE over the next three to four years. T-Mobile is telling conference attendees they’ll introduce 14.4 Mbit/s HSDPA this year, with LTE deployment sometime in 2011.
The Internet has come a long way since its inception. There are now several different ways to get an internet connection. One can do this by inserting wireless internet card in computer or can use DSL. Apart from this, internet phones and ip phones are there as well to help people connect internet through phones. Internet telephony is not the last option available, wireless internet providers are there as well to offer internet connectivity.