Her presentation was held at ITU Telecom World 2012.
The world's first launch of LTE-Advanced technology on a commercial network was held in Russia. Deputy Minister of Communications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation Denis Sverdlov said that it was "an achievement that will remain in history." In his view, it demonstrates the ability of Russian specialists in the short term to find and implement new technologies.
The deputy head of Russian Ministry of Communications said that now needs to focus its efforts on tasks such as the problem of the digital divide in Russia and the problem of access to communication services. "Given the size of the country is a difficult task, but now we have a real opportunity to solve it, — he explained. — It is important that now appeared wireless technologies, which enable you to achieve high speed, sufficient, for example, to view the video in high the resolution. "
The Deputy Minister explained that the main advantage of LTE-Advanced technology is that it is primarily to address the issue of network capacity and more customers. In his view, this solution will allow operators of money available to provide services of high quality to more subscribers.
The network launched by Yota Networks.
High Tech Mobile Broadband — LTE-Advanced standards-based international consortium 3GPP, which develops advanced mobile communication standards and is a continuation of the development of technologies GSM (2G) and UMTS (3G), it is commonly referred to a 4th generation (4G).
LTE-Advanced technology is backward compatible with standard user devices LTE. However, to fully unleash the full potential of the technology will be available only on new devices, which support all innovations. It is planned that the user terminals with support for LTE-Advanced to appear in the first half of 2013.