Telekom has announced that it is going to be offering 5G contracts for the BMW iX. This is the first time a premium car manufacturer will offer 5G to a globally available production vehicle. Deutsche Telekom and the BMW Group are using Personal eSIM and MobilityConnect to link vehicle connectivity with the customer’s mobile network.
German carrier Vodafone has launched a standalone 5G network at Porsche’s research and development centre in Weissach, Germany. The network will enable Porsche to develop new systems and features for its vehicles with the help of instantaneous data transmission.
Deutsche Telekom has announced that it is building a 5G campus network. The network will be located in the Future Factory Hub, which is currently being constructed in Werner-con-Siemens Centre for Industry and Science e.V in Berlin. In the 5G area of the project, Deutsche Telekom plans to research and test applications for autonomous production […]
Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson and Samsung have announced a successful trial using network slicing technology. The trial, which took place at Deutsche Telekom’s lab in Bonn, Germany, has been described as a “world-first”. The trial used a VR streaming game running on a Samsung S21 attached to a VR headset. This device was connected to a […]
Telekom Deutschland says it has carried out an uninterrupted video call over its 5G Standalone (SA) network. After numerous tests, the call was made via the firm’s first standalone antenna in the town of Garching near Munich to Bamberg in Telekom’s first 5G SA core network, and from there to Bonn
German telco Deutsche Telekom installed the first 5G Standalone antenna in the town of Garching, near Munich, to carry out trials of this technology, the company said in a release. Deutsche Telecom said that the antenna will be soon connected to a 5G Standalone core network, which will be implemented via cloud infrastructure. The operator […]
The test network utilises frequencies in the 2100MHz band and comprises 54 antennas in Dusseldorf, covering the inner city area and the Derendorf district, twelve in Ingolstadt (increasing to 51 in the next few days) and 28 antennas in the eastern industrial area of Halle/Saale. In total, TD plans to switch on over 40,000 5G […]
Ericsson and Audi announced the testing of Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication (URLLC) capabilities for factory automation at the car manufacturer’s P-Labs facility in Germany.
Nokia won a tender with German rail company Deutsche Bahn to test and deliver standalone 5G for autonomous trains and rail operations. The Hamburg proof will test whether 5G is “mature enough” to be used as the connectivity layer for rail operations.
Qualcomm Technologies and Siemens have set up a joint proof-of-concept project at the Siemens Automotive Test Center in Nuremberg, Germany, demonstrating what it claims to be the first private 5G standalone (SA) network in a real industrial environment using the 3.7-3.8GHz band, the U.S. chipmaker said in a release.