Samsung has revealed a 5G demonstration with Verizon and Qualcomm that reached record data upload speeds of 711Mbps using aggregated bands of mmWave spectrum. According to Samsung, the technology enables for real-time HD video recording and uploading to the cloud or social media in around 10 seconds, allowing for real-time HD video recording and uploading. Companies are expected to use 5G technology for real-time picture analysis and defect detection on production lines to improve manufacturing, as according Samsung.
“Our mmWave build is a critical differentiator, and we’re doubling down on our commitment to mmWave spectrum usage even as we move towards a massive and quick growth of our 5G service using our recently acquired mid-band spectrum.” We’ll keep expanding our mmWave footprint to deliver game-changing experiences and innovative enterprise solutions to the densest parts of our network. “At the end of last year, we had over 17K mmWave cell sites, and we’re on target to add 14K more in 2021, with over 30K sites on the air by the end of this year, and we’ll keep building after that,” said Adam Koeppe, Verizon’s Senior Vice President of Technology Planning.
Samsung Electronics is one step closer to delivering unique 5G services and immersive user experiences with this demonstration, according to the company’s vice president of network business development.