Australia’s second largest telco, the Singtel-owned Optus, says it has taken another significant step towards its commercial launch of 5G by making a 5G data call on 60 MHz using 3.5 GHz spectrum.
The first "end-to-end multi-vendor non-standalone (NSA) 3GPP 5G commercial network data call over licensed 3.5GHz spectrum" has been made at Telstra 5G Innovation Centre on Australia's Gold Coast, and billed as the first "true" 5G call in a real world environment.
Telstra is used to world firsts, as is Ericsson, with both making another "key step in the global development of 5G" by making the world's first 5G trial data call.
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