Novatel Wireless Supplies Its Dual-Carrier HSPA+ Ovation MC545 USB Device to DNA in Finland

Novatel Wireless, Inc. , a leading provider of wireless broadband solutions, today announced that the Dual-Carrier HSPA+ (DC-HSPA+) Ovation™ MC545 has been launched with the Finnish operator DNA and is available on their network.

Novatel Wireless DC-HSPA+ USB modem — in Finland known as DNA Mokkula MC545 — has already proven to be a best-seller on our next-generation network,” said Ville Partanen, DNA’s product manager for data products.

“The Ovation MC545 brings new mobile broadband services to our customers supporting fast and reliable mobile broadband in the most compact form factor.”

Continuing Novatel Wireless’ design legacy with a focus on functionality, reliability, leading edge technology and innovative sleek style, the Ovation MC545 modem is today acknowledged as the most compact and light-weight DC-HSPA+ USB modem in the market place.

The Ovation MC545 supports the 900,1900 and 2100 MHz frequency bands and is designed to provide connectivity virtually anywhere to check email, download rich multimedia content and stay connected to family, friends and coworkers. The Ovation MC545 offers unprecedented speed and advanced antenna technologies to maximize data throughput and operating range. Featuring Novatel Wireless’ MobiLink 3 auto install connection manager, memory storage of up to 32GB via MicroSDHC and backward compatibility with HSPA technologies, the Ovation MC545 provides a total solution for ultra fast mobile broadband connectivity.

We are excited to assist DNA with their roll-out of DC-HSPA+ service in Finland,” said Rob Hadley, CMO of Novatel Wireless. “DNA’s focus on providing easy-to-use and cost-effective mobile broadband solutions for consumers and enterprises is a great fit with our leading DC-HSPA+ USB modem and we look forward to supporting DNA with a successful roll-out of next-generation technology.

The Ovation MC545 is based on the 3GPP Release 8 standard. DC-HSPA+ supports theoretical peak downlink data rates of up to 42 Mbps and 5.7 Mbps on the uplink, allowing carriers to easily upgrade their existing infrastructure equipment to achieve significantly higher bandwidths.

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