Nokia and TPG Telecom announced that they have switched on a live 5G standalone (SA) network in Australia on the 700MHz spectrum band.
Nokia announced the global launch of its latest range of AirScale 5G products covering baseband, remote radio heads, and massive MIMO active antennas with digital beamforming.
Nokia will expand and enhance LG Uplus’ 5G network, enabling what it says will be "seamless 5G connectivity between indoor and outdoor locations", with Nokia’s AirScale indoor solution to be deployed flexibly and upgraded easily, with the deal continuing the long-standing partnership between the two companies.
Nokia has announced that it has achieved a "5G speed record" during a trial with Turk Telekom in the Turkish capital city, Ankara.
Japanese telecommunications company SoftBank has selected Nokia's AirScale solution for its commercial 5G offering in both centralised and distributed RAN configurations.
Vodafone has showcased 5G or fifth generation mobile technology which it says is set to dramatically increase the speed at which data can navigate mobile networks.
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