ZTE unveils new 4G uFi mobile hotspot device
Feb 04, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
ZTE Corporation, a provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices, has announced the launch of the ZTE MF93D ultra-speed 4G LTE unified WiFi, or uFi, mobile hotspot device.
The ZTE MF93D, second generation ultra-speed 4G (LTE) uFi mobile hotspot device can reach a maximum speed of up to 100Mbps and can be accessed by 10 users at the same time making it the ideal choice for global users looking to enjoy ultra-speed 4G network services.
Incorporating second generation Qualcomm LTE chips, the ZTE MF93D provides significant performance enhancements to ZTE's first generation LTE uFi products including decreased power consumption and improved heat dispersion.
It supports dual-band 2.4G/5GHz WiFi networks and mainstream 4G bands in the Europe and Asian-Pacific regions, and can also use 3G and 2G networks, eliminating the cost of upgrading terminals. It has increased battery capacity of 2800mAh, guarantees that users can enjoy ultra-speed surfing on the Internet regardless of the time or place.
Users' mobile phones can be used to simply and quickly check the status of uFi devices, network signal strength, battery capacity, data flow statistics and upload/download speed.
"The ZTE MF93D's powerful functions and outstanding performance have already ensured the popularity of the device with mainstream operators all over the world," said Dr Liu Shuliang, MBB Product Planning Director, ZTE.
ZTE has been focused on developing LTE terminal products since 2008 and basic patents held by ZTE in the field of LTE account for seven percent of those held by global telecommunication manufacturers. ZTE also possesses many core LTE terminal patents.
"ZTE has dedicated itself to providing users with a fast, convenient and diverse multimedia experience. We expect to bring users around the world into the 4G era with a brand-new surfing experience, based on our 20-year history in the field of telecommunications and our ability to provide a comprehensive portfolio of products," added Dr Liu.
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