NOKIA AND ORANGE COLLABORATE TO MAKE 5G A REALITY

NOKIA AND ORANGE COLLABORATE TO MAKE 5G A REALITY

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The future of mobile communications is likely to be very different to that which we are used to today. Two major operators Nokia and Orange are jointly preparing on the development of the future high-speed 5G mobile networks. As the technology is developing at a very high speed, we are getting news about the developments and new speed records achieved every day. This time Orange and Nokia has turned up to signed a collaboration agreement to develop 5G network jointly.

As per news, the 5G is expected to arrive sometime between 2019 and 2020, just in time to replace 3G networks, which already have an expiration date for current operators since 2020. In addition, this arrival will coincide with one new retuning of DTT to release the 700 MHz band, which will have even greater than the 800 MHz currently used by the 4G.

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Every industry will be affected by 5G. Network speeds will be as high as 10Gbps and with extremely low latency are a driving force for new applications that use massive broadband capabilities. 5G will be the platform enabling growth in many industries, ranging from the IT industry to the car, entertainment, agriculture, and manufacturing industries.

Nokia Networks features new 5G radio systems that use advanced antennas and operate in the bands up to 100GHz for extreme throughput and virtual zero latency. While more spectrum below 6 GHz is needed and innovative techniques will be put into operation to make more efficient use of already allocated spectrum, there will be a growing need to unlock new spectrum bands in the 6 to 100 GHz range.This agreement also aims to make the changeover from 4G to 5G the most efficient in terms of operating and cost, as well as working with other companies to develop and test new solutions. So, the 4.5G network is a Pro network that will arrive this year with speeds ten times higher than the current 4G.

5G will widths unimaginable band since at present has achieved already in tests a speed of 35 Gbps. With the connection being several Gigabits, coupled with a very low latency, can get to use this connectivity to replace the cables on many occasions, such as the consumption of audiovisual content or virtual reality.

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