Nokia has announced that it has achieved a "5G speed record" during a trial with Turk Telekom in the Turkish capital city, Ankara.
It's not just Ericsson pushing forward on 5G, but Nokia and Qualcomm are also completing "successful interoperability and over-the-air testing compliant with the 5G New Radio specification between network infrastructure and devices".
Telcos who have installed Ericsson Radio System products since 2015 have been advised these systems will support 5G New Radio capability through remote software installation.
The long awaited first implementable and interoperable 5G New Radio specification has been turned into a standard, with all the world's major telcos, tech companies and equipment makers on board
Ericsson says mobile networks can now "shift to the next gear with Ericsson 5G and LTE Advances", able to "address key requirements of 5G" in today’s networks.
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