Telecom network equipment vendor Huawei and Korean mobile service provider LG Uplus have set up a Mobile Innovation Center (MIC) in Seoul.
The MIC will enable LG Uplus, a leading 4G operator, to use Huawei’s solutions and products to to offer telecom services to customers.
During the signing of the MoU recently, Huawei and LG Uplus officials also discussed the acceleration of LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation, innovation in small cell and network quality technologies, new 5G equipment, and the in-building of equipment development at the new center.
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