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- Dense Air 5G infrastructure to deliver coverage infill, private networks
- Dense Air plans to offer small cell 5G services in Australia
- Australia’s telcos prepare for 5G era, spending $834 million on key spectrum
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UK-headquartered Dense Air plans to use its recently acquired licences for 5G spectrum in Australia to primarily deliver services to complement the networks of Australia’s existing mobile operators, with the company viewing carriers as its key customers rather than competitors.
UK-based Dense Air intends to provide telco-neutral 5G services in Australia, the company announced today.
Civil engineering and construction firm FKG Group is one of the first Telstra customers to get its hands on a commercial 5G device, the telco announced today.
Mobile network operators will hand over $834 million for spectrum that will be used to deliver the first Australian 5G services.
Telstra has revealed details of one of the first 5G commercial devices that will be available to its customers.
5G wireless is coming, but it has a lot of challenges to overcome, and we’re not going to be enjoying its blazing speeds until 2020 at least. But, at cable industry group CableLabs’ InformED Wireless event on Wednesday in New York, several experts helped provide new hints about the shape of the technology to come.