Singapore telco Singtel, Singapore Polytechnic and Ericsson have opened the country's first live 5G facility at the polytechnic's Dover Road campus, to serve as a training centre, test bed and ideation lab to develop Singapore's 5G ecosystem and encourage adoption of 5G by businesses.
Singapore telco Singtel claims to achieved peak LTE speeds of 1.5Gbps using five-carrier aggregation in a lab environment, using a Viavi Solutions and Stellent Networks TM500 test system. This is claimed to be the fastest speed achieved in Asia.
Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson has helped Singapore's Singtel to become the city state's first operator of a country-wide Internet of Things network that is commercially available.
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