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EDGE Claims World Record in Hungary
Posted: 06-Jul-2004 [Source: T-Mobile]

[The EDGE network in Budapest reached 235.6 kbps in commercial service.]

T-Mobile Hungary and Ericsson have been monitoring and measuring the mobile operator's EDGE network in Hungary for the last two weeks in Budapest. The companies said the network achieved a world record peak data speed at 235.6 kbit/seconds across the radio interface.

The aim of the application level measurements was to assess the robustness and performance of enhanced data rates for global evolution delivered by Ericsson in a live radio environment. In addition to the world record, the test also proved that EDGE benefits from T-Mobile's radio network.

EDGE service has been commercially available in the network of T-Mobile in Hungary since November 2003.

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