Verizon, Nokia, and Qualcomm Technologies recently reached peak data speeds of 1.45 gigabits per second (Gbps) on LTE in a live commercial environment using six channel carrier aggregation. For the first time in the USA, three companies in a commercial environment combined six separate channels of the spectrum.
This record-breaking speeds on 4G LTE were reached on Verizon's network in New York using a combination of Verizon's licensed PCS and AWS spectrum in conjunction with four carriers of LAA (License Assisted Access) spectrum. The demonstration used Nokia's AirScale base station and Qualcomm Technologies' mobile test device powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon X24 LTE modem. The demonstration in New York also used LTE Advanced feature, 256 QAM for uploads and 4×4 MIMO. In mid-2018, Verizon announced these technologies were available in over 1,100 markets nationwide.
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