Posted: November 13, 2013

Huawei and Polish mobile operator P4 recently announced an agreement to deploy LTE antennas as part of a nationwide mobile broadband (MBB) network rollout. The agreement was made to provide P4’s subscribers with an enhanced high-speed data service experience.

P4 first deployed a 3G network in 2006 that rapidly grew thanks to the operator providing a reliably good network experience and flexible charging packages for its subscribers. To meet continuing quick growth in demand for MBB services, P4 has begun to deploy a nationwide LTE network.

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P4’s LTE network will make use of Huawei’s multi-band, ultra-broadband antenna designed forLTE. Huawei’s antennas adhere to strictly rigorous performance and environment testing routines to ensure quality. They are also designed to accommodate any deployment requirement difficulties stemming from a lack available site space in urban areas.

To date, Huawei has shipped more than 1.6 million antennas to more than 350 operators in 155 countries. Huawei is committed to providing advanced antenna systems to global operators that enable an enhanced network performance and better user experience.

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