Ericsson Reaches Stunning 25.3Gbs In 5G Tests

Posted: Mar 21 2016, 2:19am CDT | by , Updated: Mar 21 2016, 2:50am CDT, in News | Technology News


Ericsson Reaches Stunning 25.3Gbs in 5G Tests
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Ericsson Taiwan revealed new 5G test results.

5G is aimed to roll out in 2020 bringing new levels of data transfer rate (10 to 100 times faster) and strong flexibility to support a wide range of devices including IoT. Network infrastructure makers like Ericsson are still very much in a development phase.

Harkan Cervell, President of Ericsson Taiwan has revealed at in event today that Ericsson reached new maximum 5G speed in lab tests. The Ericsson team reached 25.3Gbs according to Taiwanese news outlet AppleDaily. Ericsson also works on zero latency regardless of distance, important for remote control of devices such as drones or robots.

In 2014 Ericsson demonstrated 5Gbs in a 5G test setup. Within 2 years the company has apparently been able to increase 5G data transfer speed by 5x. That is quite impressive.

Swedish Politician Gunnar Hökmark shared on Twitter a test screen from the Mobile World Congress last month where Ericsson demonstrated 5G speeds of 22.7Gbs. 

Carriers and networks technology providers including Nokia, Huawei and Ericsson have started to setup 5G field trails. The maximum speeds in 5G field tests reportedly reach 3.6Gbs. Ericsson can beat that in the lab by a factor of 5, showing even more promise for the super high speed mobile future.

5G is not just about speed, but also versatility. The next generation mobile technology enables to connect the Internet of Things and let use enjoy broadband media anywhere.

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