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Chukotka improved mobile Internet
The Mobile TeleSystems Company announced the implementation of the next stage of the network modernization program in the Far North regions. In the Chukotka Autonomous District, MTS launched a new base station controller, which increased the capacity of the cellular network and made it possible to increase the average speed of mobile Internet in the region by one and a half times.
The installation of the controller made it possible to quickly manage data traffic and dynamically distribute the load depending on the workload of the base stations. In addition, all Anadyr base stations have been transferred to modern IP technologies, which will allow increasing the number of users of mobile Internet services on the network in 2-3 times without losing data transfer rates.
“Since the beginning of the year, the number of MTS clients in Chukotka has increased 1,2 times, and the consumption of Internet traffic has doubled. Today more than a third of our subscribers constantly use the mobile Internet. To ensure a consistently high quality of communication with the growing volume of services consumption, we are developing our own networks, introducing the latest technologies. The use of IP architecture allows flexible load balancing between base stations. As a result, MTS manages to maintain an optimal level of quality for various types of traffic - video, voice, images and files, ”said Andrey Peragov, director of MTS in the Khabarovsk Territory, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug and the Jewish Autonomous Region.
In addition, in 2014, MTS provided carpeting with a cellular network of the Anadyr sea port. Work was done to increase network capacity and optimize network settings in remote locations, which made it possible to increase the reliability of the cellular network and the stability of the mobile Internet in the conditions of the Far North.