UScellular, in collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies and Inseego, has launched its 5G mmWave high-speed internet service in parts of 10 cities. The carrier’s Home Internet+ solution delivers speeds of up to 300 Mbps, an increase of 10-15 times compared to its 4G LTE home internet offering, and is a significant milestone in its multi-technology approach to providing High-Speed Internet solutions.
For semiconductor company Qualcomm, 5G mmWave is a revolutionary cellular technology, providing access to massive bandwidth and capacity available in frequency bands above 24GHz.
The GSMA announced the formation of a global accelerator initiative to drive awareness of 5G mmWave technology.
Nokia announced a claimed Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) breakthrough which could see wireless broadband capacity increase by 5 to 10 times.
At the Viettel Innovation Lab, Viettel, Ericsson and Qualcomm have cooperated to research, test and successfully establish 5G data transmission speed of over 4.7Gbps. This is 40 times faster than 4G and 2 times more than the currently available 5G speeds.
Semiconductor company Qualcomm Technologies and manufacturer ZTE are conducting tests of the IMT-2020 (5G) promotion group for 200MHz carrier bandwidth over 5G mmWave to showcase its features in anticipation of 5G mmWave rollouts in China.
Semiconductor company SiTune and wireless communications technology MixComm are developing 5G mmWave reference designs that yield optimum performance.
Australia second biggest telco Singtel Optus has started testing 5G mmWave technology with Sweden's Ericsson, the company said in a statement on Tuesday.
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