Massive MIMO technology successfully rolls out the jazz to deliver premium LTE experience

By becoming the first commercially deployed Massive MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output), the country's first operator has achieved a huge technical advance.

This technological advance contributes to improving network capabilities and enhances clients' experience by increasing network coverage and speeding up traffic.

MIMO is a wireless technology that uses multiple receivers and transmitters to carry more data simultaneously. In contrast, Massive MIMO represents a step ahead in overloading MIMO with a high number of transmitters and receivers (32TR, 64TR).

Massive MIMO pushes the 4G to 5G limit and is commonly considered 4.9G. A Massive MIMO dual-band system utilizes existing spectrum and infrastructure to meet the large data capacity requirements of the user.

Jazz believes that technology investment like Massive MIMO fosters innovation and digitization to deliver more advanced services. There is already an active technological installation effort under progress, bringing significant network output and capacity increases.

A commercial deployment performed across 8 telephone devices simultaneous to a single Massive MIMO cell site has reached a maximum capacity of 960 Mbps.

"We see that our customers use increasingly large bandwidth applications and therefore put pressure on the current network capabilities," stated Jazz Chief Technology Officer Khalid Shehzad. Massive MIMO allows us to offer further data at higher rates so that we may employ better services on our existing 4G devices."

"At network speeds greater than ever, the end-user experience will be greatly improved. Jazz aims to build an ecosystem that supports the government's vision of digital Pakistan and the evolving technological needs of individuals and companies," he said.

Jazz continues via different technological improvements that optimize the use of the allowed range to enable high-speed connecting to all elements of society.

In the past, Jazz has successfully started 400G, 200G, and 100G technologies on a long-distance optical and metro network to provide a proven record for its network against the rising demand for information.

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