Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Novatel Adds Dual-Carrier HSPA+ Support
San Diego-based Novatel Wireless, a developer of wireless data cards and other devices, said today that it has added support for dual-carrier HSPA+ networks. The firm said it is using Qualcomm's MDM8220 chipset for the support, and will launch commercial devices in the second half of 2010 based on the chipset. Novatel said the new support will add more advanced data capability and other features to its offerings. Dual Carrier HSPA+ networks are expected to provide higher throughput to wireless data devices, and also helps address better service for cell phone users.