Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, recently showcased its enhanced performance solutions for LTE TDD at the 2012 LTE Asia event in Singapore. These solutions include Adaptive Beamforming, Adaptive Inter Cell Interference Cancellation (aICIC) and Coordinated Multiple Points (CoMP) technologies, which improve LTE TDD edge user download speeds by 30% and upload speeds by 10%.
It is predicted that there will be more than 50,000 LTE TDD sites globally by the end of 2012, and that there will be ten times as many sites in 2014. As LTE TDD continues to rapidly develop worldwide, improving end user experience and controlling operation costs will become critical challenges for operators to face. Huawei’s enhanced performance solutions for network quality improvement are an effective way to help operators solve these challenges.
Aside from TDD’s advantage of asymmetrical download and upload speeds for higher speeds, Huawei’s CoMP solution improves cell edge upload speeds by 10% while aICIC assures the best interference control at the cell edges and Adaptive Beamforming dynamically matches the best multi-antenna mode according to user signal strength. aICIC and Adaptive Beamforming respectively improve connectivity for users at cell edges by 30% and 20%.
LTE TDD networks in Asia have been among the first to be deployed and developed. LTE TDD networks in Japan have been successfully launched and now serve a large number of subscribers. In addition, leading operators in Australia, Singapore and Malaysia have also begun to deploy or evolve to LTE TDD convergent networks to provide users with higher speeds for mobile data services.
Huawei’s solutions for commercial LTE TDD provide the best user experience by delivering the best network performance, the best network convergence and the best end-to-end innovation. Huawei will keep launching network performance improvement solutions to help operators win continuing business successes by improving user experiences.