Samsung has announced that it will be providing private 5G networks to both public and private sectors in Korea. If you are in if you are interested in learning more about the latest cellular networks and are perhaps wondering what is 5G UC ad what does it mean our quick guide will help you out and answer all your questions.
These new private 5G networks will be available for non-telecom companies and will operate using 4.7GHz and 28GHz, these are bands that are designed for private networks only.
“Private 5G networks will enable progressive changes across all industry verticals. Applications like digital twins, autonomous vehicles, AI and AR are only a glimpse of the plethora of use cases Samsung’s 5G can bring to life,” said Yong Chang, Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing, Networks Business at Samsung Electronics. “Samsung understands the unique needs of enterprises and is capable of delivering optimized network experiences. We are excited to help drive the private 5G ecosystem in Korea.”
Samsung will provide its advanced private 5G network solutions to an array of entities in the public and private sectors — including energy, safety, water resource management, medical services and medical education.
In the public sector, Samsung will collaborate with three major government agencies to help them ensure workplace safety and efficiency by applying smart, AI-enabled connectivity solutions
You can find out more details about the new Samsung private 5G networks that will be available in Korea over at Samsung’s website at the link below.
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