Nokia launches the world’s first reside 5G standalone 700MHz service

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Nokia launches the world’s first live 5G standalone 700MHz service

Nokia has launched the world’s first reside 5G standalone 700MHz service in Australia in partnership with TPG Telecom.

The low-band service will assist to cowl extensive outside areas along with deep indoor city environments, making it notably helpful for IoT deployments.

Barry Kezik, Executive General Manager Mobile and Fixed Networks at TPG Telecom, mentioned:

“We’re excited to be the primary community on the earth to grasp the true potential of low-band 5G SA at 700MHz.

TPG Telecom’s low band 5G will increase our 5G protection, supporting our purpose of reaching 85 p.c of the inhabitants in Australia’s prime six cities by the tip of the 12 months and altering the way in which individuals and issues hook up with the TPG Telecom 5G community.”

The service makes use of Nokia’s newest tools from its ReefShark-based AirScale vary together with its distinctive triple band distant radio unit that helps 700, 850, and 900MHz bands.

Dr Robert Joyce, Chief Technology Officer at Nokia Oceania, commented:

“Nokia is proud to help one other 5G world first. We have a long-standing partnership with TPG Telecom, and we have now collectively developed our distinctive triple-band radio resolution particularly for them.

Today, we get to see the results of that joint effort and collaboration which is able to ship premium extensive space 5G SA protection for TPG Telecom and its prospects.”

Nokia’s triple-band radio unit additionally helps 3G, 4G and 5G concurrently throughout all of TPG Telecom’s low-band frequencies.

The 5G SA service is now reside on TPG Telecom’s community in Sydney.

(Photo by Srikant Sahoo on Unsplash)

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Tags: 5G, 5g sa, 5g standalone, 700mhz, australia, featured, nokia, standalone 5g, sydney, tpg telecom

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