As stated by the EIB, the project will support investments of LATVIJAS MOBILAIS TELEFONS related to the expansion and technological upgrade of their mobile network capacity, towards a Very High Capacity Network. It will result in the rollout of 150 5G sites providing very high capacity and speed services (> 1 Gbps) in urban areas and 690 5G sites to expand coverage all over the country, as well as the fibre optic backhaul to those sites. The promoter will also upgrade its core network to 5G standalone technology and its service and cybersecurity platforms as well as business and operations support systems, and will continue to support the expansion of its 4G access network, notably to enable the decommissioning of the 3G network and a seamless transition to 5G.
The related investments also cover backhaul optical fibre network installation, core network capacity expansion, including the deployment of cloud systems to allow distributed and virtualised network functions, as required by the latest mobile technologies. Furthermore, investments include research, development and innovation activities to develop new innovative applications and business solutions, based on 5G new technological possibilities.
As stated on the company's website, LMT is a mobile telecommunications operator and market leader in Latvia, currently amongst the most efficient mobile data networks in the world. As a market leader, we bring our expertise to successful collaborations with the government, academic and startup ecosystem partners. We believe the future will be mobile only, and we build pioneering solutions based on cutting-edge wireless technology.
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