Global Wireless Solutions (GWS) has launched its newest evaluation of how the main US networks dealt with the Super Bowl.
Network check specialists have been on-site with Samsung Note 20 5G units on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon. Tests have been carried out all through the day’s festivities, together with in the course of the Gameday Fan Plaza earlier than the sport.
GWS notes that every one the operators have been prepared for the large day and their investments in protection and expertise in and across the stadium meant that “5G throughputs were fast, reliable, and available to fans.”
All the suppliers achieved quicker common throughputs, most 5G throughputs, and general “blended” 4G/5G throughputs in comparison with final 12 months’s testing.
AT&T’s community could be awarded the rings once more this 12 months with a blistering common 5G obtain throughput of 1,261Mbps. Verizon took second place with lower than half AT&T’s consequence however a nonetheless comparatively spectacular common of 432 Mbps. T-Mobile fell in third with 388Mbps.
For comparability, throughout final 12 months’s Super Bowl, AT&T’s 5G common was 337 Mbps, Verizon 200 Mbps, and T-Mobile simply 31 Mbps. While it nonetheless took third place general, T-Mobile ought to a minimum of be recognised for making the most important enchancment.
Dr Paul Carter, CEO of Global Wireless Solutions, stated:
“Our community efficiency testing clearly confirmed that 5G’s capabilities have dramatically improved since final 12 months’s Super Bowl.
This improved 5G service is a testomony to the continued investments made by every operator. As they harden and improve the community infrastructure, 5G will provide extra tangible advantages to customers throughout the nation.”
GWS’ specialists have been capable of finding 67 AT&T cells they have been capable of finding 5G on, 63 for Verizon, and 40 for T-Mobile.
When factoring in cases when a 5G sign couldn’t be acquired and reverted to 4G, the next throughputs have been achieved: AT&T 975 Mbps, Verizon 425 Mbps, and T-Mobile 385 Mbps.
Oh, and the stadium’s WiFi community? 76 Mbps.
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