Five G is Australia’s last chance to deliver universal high-speed broadband to all Australians, according to Chinese telco giant Huawei, which says that Australia is already being left far behind in the global race to deliver 5G technology.
Ericsson has launched new software and hardware solutions to expand 5G deployment options, with the new solutions claimed to be extending network capacity and coverage.
Finnish telecommunications equipment provider Nokia claims 5G deployments will be faster and more cost-efficient with the launch of its patent-pending 5G virtual testing environment.
Optus has called for national reform to facilitate 5G deployment and urged industry and government collaboration to reassess what it calls “outdated” deployment rules.
Australia has been identified as a leader, among a small group of elite countries, in its progress toward the implementation of 5G networks, according to a new global benchmarking study.
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