Japan will invest 10 billion in 3.9G networks

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Japan has the most advanced 3G infrastructure around the world (even if given the luxury of working with China) and now are off more than the Europeans or Americans as supporters, as reported by the Nikkei newspaper, the mobile operators DoCoMo, KDDI and Softbank will invest about 10 billion dollars in 3.9G networks.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications of Japan has already received orders from all license and indicated that over the coming months will be awarded. The memo does not specify technology or manufacturers, but will surely be a new technology based on the LTE standard.

The biggest Japanese mobile operator by number of subscribers, NTT DoCoMo, reported that he would be launching its Super 3G network based on LTE during early 2010.

Via CrunchGear

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