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Weather may have disrupted the start of Motorola's 4G broadband testing in Swindon last week, according to reports.

The operator was due to begin trials with the long-term evolution (LTE) technology, but the heavy snow downfalls seen across the country, including in the south-west, could have caused the commencement of tests to be delayed.

Motorola has yet to confirm the reports, but the company will be keen to get the LTE trials underway as the race with WiMAX to become the most widely-used 4G technology heats up.

Motorola Home and Networks Mobility's senior vice president and general manager, Joe Cozzolino, commented: "Motorola is at the forefront of 4G development which will address the mobility demands of today's consumers who are looking for personalized media experiences and operators looking to lower their cost per bit and gain a competitive advantage."

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