Intertelecom Switches Its Base Stations In Kyiv And Odesa To EVDO Rev.А

The Odesa-based Intertelecom company, an operator of fixed-line telephone in the CDMA standard, switched its base stations in Kyiv, Odesa, and the Odesa region to the third-generation EVDO Rev.А technology on February 8.

Intertelecom announced this in a statement.

This technology was previously tested on the base stations.

The EVDO Rev.А technology allows wireless internet at speeds of up to 3.1 Mbps.

EVDO (EVolution Data Only) is a third-generation mobile communications technology standardized by the Third Generation Partnership Project 2 (3GPP2) as part of the CDMA2000 family of standards.

As Ukrainian News earlier reported, Intertelecom switched its base stations in Sevastopol to the third-generation EVDO Rev.А in December 2010.

Intertelecom was the first nationwide CDMA operator in Ukraine. It provides local and mobile telephone services in the CDMA standard as well as wireless internet access.

Ukrainian citizen Viktor Hushan and Russian citizen Ilya Kazmaly founded Intertelecom.

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