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4G Coverage in Sri Lanka

May 9, 2011 in Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka Business

Dialog Axiata Group Boss Dr Hendes Wijayasuriya expressed confidence that Sri Lanka would lead the South Asian region in 4G technology over the following 2 yrs. “All telecommunication companies would agree the Telecommunications Regulating Commission of Sri Lanka continues to be positive in presenting technology. Consequently, Sri Lankan mobile operators were the first one to introduce 3rd generation Network in South Asia using the move ahead, Sri Lanka would pioneer in the area in 4G technology over the following 2 yrs,” Dr Wijayasuriya told Daily News Business.
The Dialog Group Boss made these comments after starting the fourth Generation Lengthy-Term Evolution (LTE) pilot network at its Darley Road office on Saturday, that also made Colombo the very first LTE enabled city in South Asia.
LTE technology will be the next generation of special broadband technology and what we percieve during the last couple of years is the fact that successive decades of technology came in quite fast. The devices, whether it is dongles, laptops or built-in products for example pills, laptops or computer systems, they are built-in components and still costly. Dialog has commenced it as being an airplane pilot project within five zones inside the town of Colombo- Fort, Slave Island, Colpetty, Bambalapitiya and Narahenpita. There’s no reason in proceeding using the 4G expansion unveil plan before products are prepared and affordable. The 3rd generation network is growing and it has over 1,000 base stations and also the final amount of base stations around the country has ended 2,200 across the nation.
The 4G coverage might be developed very much the same because the 3rd generation coverage which examined in 2004 using the late Mister Arthur C. Clarke that was released in 2006, additionally, it grew to become the very first 3rd generation coverage in South Asia and it is delivering 42 Mb per second.
Network expansion for that cell phones is nearly filled with 93 percent from the where you live now of the nation covered.