Friday, January 6, 2012

How Verizon sets up 3G and LTE for CES 2012

At CES 2012, thousands of people pour in from all over the country, as well as from other countries  around the world. With this, it creates major headaches for carriers. Mostly for Verizon. Since Verizon is number one, it would be important to take precautions when it comes to the network they have over there. For a number of reasons. One being congestion. I wouldn't wanting my email to load slower, or my texts taking minutes to send, right? So Verizon has chosen what they will do, and that is to create a temporary, mobile network. Want to see a pic? Well look above, thanks for Engadget. There is alot of equipment in that room. Must be insanely expensive as well. And one other thing- this is only one of the eight they are going to install for CES. Yeah, not kidding. I'd hate to be the person that has to install all of those.

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