Optus has installed mmWave 5G technology into one of its flagship stores as it takes yet another step towards delivering this super-fast, exciting new technology directly into the hands of its customers.
Optus said it has achieved another Australian 5G record, smashing 5G upload speeds as part of its mmWave testing on its live commercial network, together with technology partner Nokia, as it continues to push the possibilities of its super-fast 5G network.
Samsung Electronics Australia has announced its collaboration with telecommunications infrastructure provider, Plus ES, to support the installation of Samsung’s wireless telecommunication infrastructure services in Australia, including Samsung 5G solutions.
An Italian trial of 5G mmWave for fixed wireless has achieved a record 1Gbps over a distance of 6.5km.
During Apple's iPhone 12 launch today, Telstra's logo was right up there with other global telcos as one of Apple's important 5G partners, with Telstra to offer all four iPhone 12 models for "a powerful 5G experience".
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