Mobile Broadband Access EnablerTuesday, 31 Jul 2012
Aiming to align with the Federal Administration’s plans to threefold access to broadband Internet in Brazil, reaching 40 million homes up to 2014, and facing the perspective of increasing demands due to 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, INdT developed in 2011 the Mobile Broadband Access Enabler project.
The efforts focused on using the specter not used by TV carriers, the so-called White Spaces. “This seems to be one of the most promising low cost technological solutions,” says manager Robson Domingos. In addition, white spaces can also allow offering broadband Internet in remote areas with poor infrastructure.
White Spaces are also an option to improve quality and work around traffic jams in wireless networks, which have become frequent due to the growth in data services usage, such as access to social sites and large audience websites as YouTube, says Robson.Press, What We Do