Nokia Siemens Networks Demonstrate e-Education Initiative Over LTE

By April 27th, 2011 AT 12:15 PM

Nokia Siemens Networks have demonstrated the extended benefits of Long Term Evolution (LTE) in the 800 MHz spectrum as a means of reaching out to students in far-flung, rural schools.

The Flying Classroom initiative is the brainchild of Nokia Siemens Networks’ Corporate Social Responsibility program, enabling students to take part in video calls and share education tasks remotely with teachers and partner schools.

LTE technology uses a flat, IP-based network infrastructure to offer ultra-fast data transmission and makes instant browsing and downloads possible and also reduce the latency.

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