The first 5G standalone or "SA" RAN Sharing Network has been deployed by Nokia for the M1-StarHub joint venture in Singapore to enable nationwide 5G coverage while ushering in an era of "game-changing 5G SA services"
Global integrated telecommunications firm Deutsche Telekom has chosen Swedish telecommunications equipment provider Ericsson to deploy a 5G radio access network after the latter has helped modernise its 2g, 3G and 4G networks.
Standalone 5G is coming in 2020 as a fully virtualised, cloud-native architecture that will enable ultra-low latency services and faster data speeds, opening up genuine avenues for differentiation, according to a new report.
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Nice to see the open admission that NBN is intent on continuing to overcharge as part of its continuing incompetence.