Deutsche Telekom and Nokia Siemens Networks have jointly demonstrated the benefits of more than Long Term Evolution (LTE) in the 800 MHz spectrum as a tool to reach students at schools in remote areas. Initiative 'Class Fly' or 'Flying Classroom' is the idea of Corporate Social Responsibility program Nokia Siemens Networks allows the students to take part in video communication and send the tasks from a distance education to teachers and partner schools.
Deutsche Telekom and G-Lessing-Gymnasium 'European Grammar School' provides connections Doebeln LTE in the village, the entire jaringanya provided and integrated by Nokia Siemens Networks. In a 'Flying Classroom' at the Gymnasium, the vendor provides multiple PCs using video conferencing software to communicate with students and teachers in schools other than long-distance partner.
With PC and Smartboards are interconnected, the students can work on tasks simultaneously. "LTE offers the possibility of coverage through the extensive use of ultra high-speed broadband and the 'Flying Classroom' shows miracle given LTE technology in increasing the level of e-Education," said Guido Menzel, senior vice president, Fixed Mobile Engineering, Telecom Deutschland GmbH.
"LTE technology can deliver broadband connectivity to appoint an e-Education to the next level, thus helping to achieve broader goals in the community," added Hermann Rodler, managing director of Nokia Siemens Networks in Germany. LTE uses technology infrastructure flat IP-based network that offers super-fast data transmission and allows browsing and downloading is very fast thanks to a lower latency.