Telstra and Ericsson claim to have completed Australia's first end-to-end 5G standalone call at the 5G Innovation Centre on the Gold Coast, over the 3.6GHz spectrum and using Ericsson's Baseband 6630, Radio AIR6488 and a 5G SA device based on a MediaTek chipset.
Ericsson and Telstra are trumpeting a technology breakthrough with the successful deployment and testing of Narrowband Internet of Things data connections up to 100km from a base station in Telstra’s commercial network.
Telstra has been named the fastest broadband provider in both the mobile and fixed broadband categories in the first two quarters of this year by Ookla, the company that provides the popular online Speedtest app for testing download and upload speeds.
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