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Nokia and TPG Telecom set a new transmission speed record over Australia’s 5G network, 5G

  • For the first time in Australia, Nokia and TPG Telecom demonstrated 5G connection speeds of 2Gb/s
  • The live show used Nokia’s commercial AirScale Radio solution combined with 5G mmWave spectrum from TPG Telecom
  • Fast transmission speed is critical for industrial and IoT applications that work over 5G

Sydney, Australia – Nokia and TPG Telecom today They announced that they have reached the speed of 5G up to 2 Gbps (gigabit/sec). using TPG Telecom5g mmwSpectrum, this teacher has been achieved during Live demonstration at the Nokia 5G Futures Lab in Sydney, Australia.

The new Australian record for 5G uplink, which follows a number of Australian 5G speed records Nokia announced earlier in the year, will enable Nokia and customers such as TPG Telecom to provide ultra-high-performance, low-latency services to the industry. and IoT applications that rely heavily on high-speed uplink connectivity. The solution is expected to be fully deployed next year as devices that support this capability become available.

The live demonstration included a commercially available Nokia AirScale 5G mmWave base station using TPG Telecom’s 26 GHz spectrum to connect, over the air, to a 5G device powered by the Snapdragon® X65 5G Modem-RF System featuring a fourth-generation Qualcomm® QTM545 mm wave antenna. In addition, Nokia has deployed industry-leading Carrier Aggregation (CA) technology to take full advantage of available spectrum assets. The CA setup included four component carriers of 100 MHz each in the 26 GHz band.

The demonstration also leveraged Nokia’s 5G Core to provide speed, intelligence and security to test the delivery of new advanced 5G services.

Once deployed, 5G mmWave technology will create new service opportunities for both consumers and industries. For consumers, it will allow real-time multi-user ultra-high definition 8K bidirectional video streaming, and augmented reality content to smartphones or wearables for immersive experiences.

For industries, it will enable massive amounts of data to be streamed directly from embedded IoT sensors and industrial robots over 5G, allowing real-time control of industrial processes using powerful 5G-connected Edge Compute Nodes. The concept of processor offloading over a 5G network was also demonstrated at the event with a ‘Spot’ – a 5G-connected Robot Dog – developed jointly with academics at the University of Technology Sydney.

Dr robert Joyce, chief Technology Administrator in Nokia OceaniaHe said: “Super fast uplink speeds are essential to fully realizing the enormous benefits of 5G networks, especially as we look to emerging technologies such as augmented intelligence, machine learning, advanced sensors, and robotics that are set to transform industries and economies with dramatic safety, productivity, and efficiency outcomes as we move into the metaverse era. For consumers And industries alike, the future is exciting. Pushing the boundaries of 5G with innovative customers like TPG Telecom in Australia is a big part of this journey forward.”

Giovanni Chiarelli, CStarch tTechnique aand what comes nextJimhe is In TPG Telecom, he said: “We are very proud of this achievement and the other mobile technology innovations we continue to develop with Nokia. This demonstration is significant as it demonstrates the vast potential of 5G mobile technology and gives a glimpse of the high-speed services that will one day be available to customers and businesses across Australia.”