Telenor and Huawei successful in conducting series of 5G tests with 70 Gbps speeds
The dawn of 31st of March 2017 saw a revolutionary joint venture of the Norway-based international telecom company Telenor , that serves about 214 million mobile subscribers in 13 worldwide markets, and Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology provider. The companies which had been in cooperating for quite some time now, made a public announcement claiming that the first 5G-based E-band multi-user MIMO exhibition that took place in Norway.
Telenor and Huawei with mutual group effort were able to conduct a series of successful 5G tests accomplishing an amazing 70Gbps speed in proscribed atmosphere.
As stated by Huawei, this was their first ever 5G based E-band multi-user MIMO exhibition with a cellular operative company.
Throughout the manifestation, the companies were able to achieve a highest data speed of 70 Gbit/s, and exhibited that E-band (the 71-76/81-86 GHz frequency band) multi-user MIMO can grant deliver 20 Gbit/s speeds for a solo user.
The test was carried out in Norway, where Telenor is planning to set up its first ever 5G network system as soon as it is available for commercial purposes.
Telenor stated that these booming test results will present new insights and knowledge to recognize essential footsteps to embark on in the race of moving from 4G to 5G expertise. They will be operating through the Telenor and Huawei Joint Innovation Center.