Huawei was the equipment supplier for Africa’s first commercial LTE FDD 1.8 GHz| 20.04.2012
Leading operator of Africa’s Movicel launched commercial operation the first in Africa, LTE 1.8 GHz. The network is deployed in Cabinda province, which are the largest in Angola
oil field. The purpose of the launch of the network is to provide mobile broadband with speeds up to 100 Mbps.
The commercial launch of the first in Angola LTE FDD 1.8 GHz was held for 45 days before planned date — at the world mobile Congress in Barcelona, Movicel announced that the commercial launch of the network
happens at the end of may 2012. Network deployment is a milestone event for Angola – mobile broadband access will improve the quality of life and business efficiency. Chat,
the exchange of information and experience, in turn, will contribute to the development of the economy as a whole.
Launching a new LTE network, the Angolan operator Movicel with 100% domestic capital makes a revolution in the field of ICT, contributing to the further industrialization and Informatization of the country. Network
is ultracytochemistry the channel of the wireless data transmission, providing subscribers fast and easy access, high data transfer speed and a wide variety of multimedia services, and
it also enables public authorities and enterprises to more effectively share information at the international level.
Within three years technologies and services mobile broadband will be available to subscribers Movicel throughout the country. Until the end of 2012, Movicel plans to expand LTE network
in the largest cities, whose economic growth depends on the development of the information infrastructure.
Huawei was the equipment supplier for the deployment of the network and a key partner Movicel throughout the project.