Australia’s mobile services market will undergo significant change, with the advent of 5G driving price competition, according to a new report which estimates the number of 5G connections will reach more than 10 million by the end of FY2022. It also says at least one network operator will begin shutting down 3G services by 2020.
The first 5G use case for making jet engine components is being tested, with industrial applications for 5G jointly "being explored and developed by Ericsson and the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology" with close to 1 millisecond latency achieved with the Ericsson 5G trial system.
Despite its ongoing issues with various world governments, Huawei has released its 5G-oriented SingleRAN Pro solution with three standout features, while achieving "world-first" CE TEC for its 5G NR range.
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