May 9, 2014
Although the fourth generation of mobile phone technologies (4G) has not yet been fully established, especially in Spain, Samsung and Nokia together with four other manufacturers and the Japanese mobile operator NTT DoCoMo are going to begin trials of the next generation, the fifth, called 5G with the aim of beginning its deployment in 2020.
The Japanese operator NTT DoCoMo today announced their plans for this year in terms of fifth generation (5G) mobile technology. Trials will begin shortly and the company will collaborate with six mobile phone manufacturers: Samsung, Nokia, Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Fujitsu and NEC. These companies will participate in the tests that will be carried out in frequency bands above 6 GHz to reach speeds of up to 10 Gbps with an eye to 2020 as the year of the beginning of the deployment, while the current 4G technology has not yet been established. totally, especially in our country where operators continue with their massive network deployment plans to increase their coverage.
via Samsung and Nokia team up to test 5G.
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