MediaTek and Ericsson’s 5G solutions will enable greater 5G SA throughput and more efficient use of 5G SA capacity.
Israel launched 5G service on Tuesday, granting licenses for operating the network to three companies, the Israeli communication office said.
Smart pushed ahead with the initial phase of its 5G commercial rollout as it becomes the first provider in the Philippines to fire up 5G sites in key cities in Visayas and Mindanao.
Globe is committed to make 5G’s cutting-edge technology accessible to more areas in Metro Manila and nearby locations.
5G in the Philippines will bring not only super-fast internet for mobile phone users but will also introduce a new generation of digital services for both individual consumers and enterprise customers.
PLDT and Smart have taken a step closer to that goal by recently firing up Smart 5G at the TV5 Media Center in Mandaluyong City.
With the approval of the simplified permit process for common towers, Smart will be able to speed up its mobile network roll out by tapping common tower companies.
MediaTek’s T700 5G modem, which will be used to bring 5G connectivity to Intel-powered PCs, completed 5G standalone (SA) calls in real world test scenarios.
The National Library of China (NLC) is working to build a 5G technology-based new reading experience center.
As more Filipinos embrace fully the fast-paced digital life, Globe continues to introduce breakthrough innovations to impact the lives of its customers.