Turk Telekom (TT) and Nokia have conducted tests in which they claimed a new 5G ‘world record’ data transmission speed of above 4.5Gbps, using mmWave (26GHz) spectrum bands in an eight-carrier configuration over a 5G NR test network with specially equipped smartphones.
Telecom Italia (TIM) says it has achieved a speed of 1Gbps over a long-distance fixed-wireless access (FWA) link using 26GHz millimetre wave (mmWave) 5G technology.
Nokia, Elisa and Qualcomm Technologies have achieved what they claim are the world’s fastest 5G speeds on a commercial network in Finland by delivering 8 Gbps for the first time serving two 5G mmWave devices connected simultaneously
Beeline, Nokia and Qualcomm launched a 5G pilot/demo network at SevKabel Port in St Petersburg using a temporary local permit for mmWave (26GHz-28GHz) frequencies. Attendees can test 5G capabilities by playing VR/online games via the Beeline Gaming cloud service.
Telecom Italia (TIM) said it achieved a European record speed of 2Gbps on its live commercial 5G mobile network using 26GHz millimetre wave (mmWave) frequencies in collaboration with Ericsson and Qualcomm.
T-Mobile Netherlands launched three 5G test network sites in collaboration with the Municipality of The Hague, The Hague Tech (Central Innovation District) and T-Mobile’s head office in the city. Frequency bands used at the research sites include 700MHz, 3.5GHz, and 26GHz. The goal is to make The Hague the first city in the Netherlands with […]
Telefonica Deutschland announced a trial for 26GHz FWA technology in Hamburg with equipment from Samsung, aiming next for commercial trials as well.
Russian mobile operator Megafon and national operator Rostelecom have tested 5G on the 26 GHz band.
Telefónica Deutschland and Samsung Electronics agreed on 20 Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) trials in Germany. About 20 households in Hamburg will test the Gigabit technology from November over a period of three months.
Orange announced 5G tests in Romania for Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) under real conditions by the end of 2018 with its partners Samsung and Cisco.