The company said it had run a demo at its store on George Street, Sydney, on Thursday, to show off some of these features. The demo was created in collaboration with technology innovator Spatial.
The demo (see embedded video), showed a meeting room with four HD videos streaming concurrently, 3D models and real-time note sharing.
“I think every person who has worked from home and been part of remote meetings understands the frustrations associated with trying to collaborate remotely,” said Harvey Wright, Optus Head of 5G.
“This showcase, depicting next-generation collaboration has exciting implications for mid to large organisations with a geographically dispersed workforce. This is made possible through the power of the Optus 5G network.”
Optus has more than 900 5G sites in Australia with more rolling out each month.
More than 420,000 households in Australia can now access Optus 5G Home Internet as the company accelerates its 5G deployment.