Huawei is currently working on doubling HSPA+ speeds to 56Mbps by as early as next year, where a full rollout ought to happen in 2010. This is just mind-numbing, and it might just make home Internet connection obsolete especially with the growing number of people who tote around Internet-capable devices that can tether to your notebook or computer. According to Huawei, its carrier partners will be able to upgrade to the increased bandwidth using but a simple software upgrade which eventually translates into lower costs and increased speed. We’re waiting in anticipation to say the least.
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