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Nokia breaks Standalone 5G record using 'world first' technique

3 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

Nokia, China Mobile and MediaTek have achieved a record 5G Standalone speed of 3Gbps thanks to the world's first test of three component carrier aggregation technology. Nearly all early 5G deployments to date have relied on Non-standalone 5G , which uses new radio technologies but still relies on the underlying 4G core. SA 5G uses a new virtual, cloud -based core that allows data to be processed closer to the point of collection and enables features like network slicing. This allows for guaranteed speeds, enhanced reliability and ultra-low latency.
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Government bureaucracy and mobile carrier secrecy responsible for 5G aviation mess

Government bureaucracy and mobile carrier secrecy responsible for 5G aviation mess

3 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Mac

A combination of poor communication between government agencies, and mobile carrier secrecy, was responsible for the 5G aviation mess, according to a new report today...
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