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Vodafone's first FDD Massive MIMO trial site has gone live in Parramatta, the first of five sites across Australia to act as trial locations for 4.9G, with Sydney's Chinatown and Haymarket to follow, and it's using Huawei technology to make it happen. 

Published in Telecoms & NBN

It's not just Ericsson and Nokia pushing 5G forward, but Huawei too, with its executive director and president of Carrier Business, Ryan Ding, calling for incubating 4.5G services on the road to 5G.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

New Zealand telco Spark says Invercargill has become the 25th mobile site capable of achieving the fastest mobile data speeds in the country, with 4.5G now switched on in three sites across the city.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

New Zealand telco Spark has switched on 4.5G in the iconic tourist spot of Queenstown, with the town becoming the first in the country to have the fastest mobile data services.

New Zealand’s 4G mobile network now reaches residents living and working in 90% of the country, with the nation’s largest telco Spark hailing the milestone as the first step towards the next evolution of mobile technology – 4.5G.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Australia’s second largest telco Optus has begun preparing the way for its eventual introduction of 5G mobile services, with the switching on of 4.5G network services across the suburb of Macquarie Park in Sydney’s hi-tech district north-west of the city.

Global Chinese ICT giant Huawei does much more than create telco equipment, enterprise networks, smart devices, IoT and clouds: it plants seeds for the future worldwide.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Friday, 19 February 2016 13:03

Optus, Huawei successfully trial 4.5G

Optus and Huawei say they have successfully trialed 4.5G technology and achieved download speeds of 1.4Gbps and “theoretical” maximum speeds reaching 1.43Gbps.

Published in Mobility

The aggressive deployment of features bridging the gap between 4G and 5G technology, as Telstra is doing with 450Mbps+ LTE, will bring challenging considerations.

Published in Telecoms & NBN




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