Interview: Rob Joyce, head of LTE, O2

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O2's 4G guru talks to Computing about the future of mobile wireless in the UK, high bandwidth applications, and where 4G fits in alongside 3G and Wi-Fi coverage

Mobile operator O2 announced a trial of fourth-generation (4G) Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless technology, the successor to 3G, in London late last year. The six-month pilot will upgrade more...

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