Optus has announced the successful launch of a “world-first’ 2300MHz and 3500MHz spectrum 5G dual-band production network in partnership with Ericsson and Samsung, which it says has the potential to increase 5G capacity and coverage to Optus customers.
Optus and Ericsson have delivered Australia’s first 5G teleoperated drone controlled over a live 5G network.
Telcos Singtel and Optus along with equipment vendor Ericsson say they have successfully made an end-to-end video call with augmented reality between Singapore and Australia, using an OPPO 5G test device.
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