4G coming 'in three years'
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While European operators are pressing ahead with rollouts of HSDPA networks – a type of 3.5G – their counterparts in the land of the rising sun are already working on the subsequent generation. NTT DoCoMo, Japan’s largest mobile operator, will have a 4G network up and running by the end of the decade, according to the local press.
A report in Japanese business daily Nikkei says the operator will have the 4G network – capable of a theoretical speed of 100Mbps on the move and 1Gbps stationary – by 2010.
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