A new modem chip released by Qualcomm Technologies is claimed to be able to support speeds of up to 7Gbps down and 3Gbps up over 5G.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has done users of the national broadband network a great favour by keeping a tab on the speeds that are supplied against those claimed, and publishing statistics periodically to ensure companies do not cheat.
Global hardware giant Samsung has announced its single-chip Exynos Modem 5100, working from 2G through to 5G while boosting 4G LTE speeds to 1.6Gbps and 5G speeds of up to 2Gpbs, is designed to "accelerate 5G commercialisation", achieving a "successful over-the-air 5G-NR data call".
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