Dialog launches 4G-LTE service in Sri Lanka
Jan 31, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Dialog Broadband Networks, or DBN, the fixed telecommunication services arm of the Dialog Axiata Group, has announced the launch of Commercial LTE Services in the city of Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Dialog's broadband network is based on 4th Generation TD-LTE technology, and represents quantum advancement in Fixed Broadband services delivered to Sri Lankan Homes and Enterprises. Commencing with the City of Colombo at launch, Dialog's LTE network will be made available across all major cities and towns in Sri Lanka in the immediate future.
Powered by the very latest in High Speed Wireless Broadband technology, Dialog's LTE network facilitates a simplified Home or Office Broadband experience for Sri Lankan consumers. The LTE Home/Office device provided by Dialog enables "Plug and Play" connectivity to the LTE network and comes complete with in-built Wi-Fi, 4 Local Area Network (LAN) Data Ports, an USB port and the option of 2 Voice (Telephone) lines, the company said.
With Home/Office Wi-Fi coverage built in as a standard feature, connectivity to Dialog's LTE network enables the transformation of connected Homes and Offices in to High Speed Wireless Zones supporting a wide range of wireless devices such as Tablets, Smart Phones and Laptops. The LTE terminal also supports connectivity to Smart TVs and Local Area Network (LAN) connected devices such as PCs and Printers.
"It is an honour and privilege to lead Sri Lanka's ICT sector in to the LTE era said Dr Hans Wijayasuriya Chairman, Dialog Broadband Networks (DBN) and Group CEO Dialog Axiata PLC. "The aggressive advancement of Sri Lanka's Telecommunications sector has been made possible by the progressive policies of the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka, and the enabling environment which has been created which encourages investment in the latest technology to the benefit of Sri Lankan consumers.
"Carrying this lead forward, our LTE network will expand rapidly to cover most towns and cities of Sri Lanka in the near future, and consistent with the revolution we delivered in the mobile telecommunications sector over the past decade, we will deliver the benefits of LTE technology in a form which will be available and affordable to a vast majority of Sri Lankan citizens and businesses" he added.
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