Samsung has announced that it has partnered with Arqiva and the two companies will be trialing out 5G in the UK.
The two companies will work together on Fixed Wireless Access and the companies are looking to demonstrate that 5G can be an alternative to fibre broadband.
“5G will be a crucial pillar of the UK’s economy in the 2020s. The smarter network infrastructure and an enhanced ability to support exponential scale for connectivity will open the doors to further applications across a variety of markets such as IoT, industrial applications and the full promise of autonomous vehicles,” said Simon Beresford-Wylie, CEO of Arqiva. “Our trial with Samsung will demonstrate the enormous potential of 5G FWA as an alternative to fibre for delivering ultra-high speed connectivity to homes and businesses.”
You can find out more details about Samsung and Arqiva’s trial of 5G in the UK over at Samsung at the link below.
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