Estonian fixed and mobile operator Telia Eesti says it is trialling home broadband and pay-TV services over 5G wireless networks.
Telia and Ericsson launching a 5G pilot network in Estonia at TalTech University campus. This should enable the developement of future services and new business models. TalTech was chosen for this pilot because it is equipped with the nessesary infrastructure and potential of scientific innovation.
The mobile operator Elisa cooperated with Huawei for testing the 5G network preliminary standard using frequencies from the 3.5 GHz band and achieving speeds of up to 1.8 Gps. Huawei’s 5G routers were used for the test, equiped with self-developed Balong 5G01 chipset that support tje 3GPP standard for 5G. Elisa’s commercial network enables a […]
Tele2 Eesti and Nokia tested 5G mobile broadband technology in Tallinn. The trial achieved downlink speeds of 4.5Gbps, although the precise technical specifications used during the tests have not been made available.
Using 800MHz of bandwidth in the 15 GHz band, Telia, together with Ericsson demonstrated a 15 Gbps downlink throughput. It plans to launch its 5G network in Tallinn as early as in 2018.
First public 5G network use cases high speed 5G network to a commercial passenger cruise ship in port as well as a construction excavator remotely controlled with a live 5G network