Samsung and KDDI have shown off some new 5G technology that will be used in schools, the two companies have demonstrated 5G technology at the Maehara Elementary School in Tokyo.
The 5G technology is being used to help students at the school download UHD content and the trial has been running since November.
“We have been able to successfully demonstrate how 5G can reshape the future of education in Japan and beyond by building a live environment to showcase the concept,” said Yoshiaki Uchida, Member of the Board, Executive Vice President at KDDI. “Together with Samsung, our long-term partner in this space, we are delivering solutions that will enable innovative academic experiences in the classroom and support young people’s immersive learning for years to come.”
“5G will be the key to creating new user experiences that are more vivid and dynamic than ever before,” said Paul Kyungwhoon Cheun, Executive Vice President and Head of Networks Business at Samsung Electronics. “We will continue collaborating with partners like KDDI to establish many more exciting 5G use cases that improve people’s lives.”
You can find out more information about Samsung’s new 5G technology over at their website at the link below.
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