AT&T Expands on Wireless Plans for Project Velocity IP Rollout
IT Connection Blog by Brian Washburn
- AT&T expects to add 10,000+ macro cells, 1,000+ DAS and 40,000+ small cells: These and other providers' plans will keep installers busy.
- AT&T has timetables for VoLTE (2014) and QoS (2015); LTE Advanced features are on the roadmap without target dates.
AT&T's Project Velocity IP plans made a big splash when the company in November 2012 announced it expected to invest $14 billion in its networks. To recap what we covered at the time, AT&T plans to cover 300 million people – 96% of the U.S. population – with its 4G LTE and HSDPA+ network. The company continues to invest in spectrum, and intends to deploy distributed antenna systems (DAS) and small cells to increase its coverage. Read more of this post at http://bit.ly/VL5CfX.
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