Delegates at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, have been treated to a live demonstration of Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology at work.
The form of connectivity tipped by some to be the next generation in mobile broadband was used over an end-to-end connection.
Attendees at the Congress were linked up live to T-Mobile's headquarters in Bonn, Germany, with LG Electronics and Novatel also involved in the operation - live video was streamed between the two locations.
"As the trend towards hyperconnectivity continues, operators must prepare to meet rising demand for a mobile internet experience that supports bandwidth intensive applications, like video, with the same quality and reliability as fixed networks," noted Richard Lowe, Nortel's president of Carrier Networks.
"T-Mobile's showcase and our demonstrations at Mobile World Congress verify the capability of Nortel's LTE technology to meet this demand in real world conditions."