In addition, the Unison system was the only one that allowed for a painless upgrade from GSM to UMTS.
What does G2U stand for?
G2U stands for GSM to UMTS
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Contains heavily revised sections on the evolution from GSM to UMTS Multi-access, the UMTS Radio Access Network, the UMTS Core Network and services.
Optimi allows wireless carriers to rapidly migrate from GSM to UMTS, better manage hybrid voice/data mobile networks as well as enabling carriers to more efficiently integrate merged networks.
The combined resources of the two companies will help mobile operators to manage the challenges and costs of business and technology transition; whether they are moving from TDMA to GSM, voice to data, or from GSM to UMTS.
23, 2004 Spatial Atrium(R) Enables Operators to Achieve a Seamless Evolution from GSM to UMTS Networks Spatial Wireless, a supplier of next-generation wireless networking solutions for today's mobile networks, unveiled the enhancement of the distributed mobile switch, Spatial Atrium(R), to support UMTS at 3GSM World Congress.
Customers said they wanted a cost-effective and easy network transition from GSM to UMTS and low-cost, dual mode GSM/UMTS handsets.