The next generation of mobile broadband technology is to be showcased by LG at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, it has been revealed.
From today (January 7th), the company will be showing off its new long term evolution (LTE) USB modem, which offers download speeds of 100Mb alongside 50Mb uploads.
According to the electronics giant, the technology could offer people the chance to download an entire film through mobile broadband connections on their laptops or phones in just a minute.
Dr Skott Ahn, President and Chief Executive Officer of LG, said the company was a pioneer when it came to 4G mobile communications technology.
He added: "We will continue to introduce more LTE devices in line with LTE commercialisation efforts that will go into effect this year."
Last month, broadband provider O2 confirmed it has trialled the use of LTE technology as part of a project based in Slough.