Posted: July 2, 2013

Huawei, today announced the successful deployment with China Mobile of 4G coverage atop Mount Everest, 5,200 meters above sea level.

At a June 11 ceremony marking the launch of the service, China Mobile demonstrated a series of new 4G technologies to more than 200 guests including live HD video streaming from a Mount Everest base camp to the event venue. Huawei has already delivered 4G solutions to other parts of the region including EPC, integrated equipment rooms, BTS, microwave transmission and 4G devices.

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In 2007, Huawei worked with China Mobile and others to realize GSM coverage on Mount Everest to ensure mountain climber safety and to prepare for a leg of the 2008 Olympic Games torch relay. Huawei’s GSM base stations at the Mount Everest base camp have operated smoothly ever since and continue to provide visitors with mobile services.

David Wang, President of Huawei Wireless Networks, said: “Bringing 4G to Mount Everest marks an important milestone in global LTE TDD development. We are very excited to make this possible, and look forward to working with more operators worldwide to bring high-speed mobile broadband services anytime and anywhere.”

By May 2013, Huawei has deployed LTE TDD solutions for nearly 40 operators in Asia, the Middle East, North America, South America, Western Europe, Russia and Africa. More at: 4G/LTE Network deployments worldwide database.

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