Nortel has released a switch to enable GSM mobile telephone operators to support data networking.
Called Passport 8300 G, the system will allow mobile telcos to offer services such as Internet access and fax transmission. It supports mobile standards including general packet radio services (GPRS) and enhanced data rate for GSM evolution (Edge).
GPRS offers packet-based data rates of up to 115Kbps, while Edge will allow speeds of up to 384Kbps.
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