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- Optus takes exception to Telstra 5G claims
- Gold Coast plans to open up expanded fibre network to telcos
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The Gold Coast is planning to offer ISPs and backhaul providers access to its expanded fibre network in the hopes of reaping a financial reward for the Queensland city.
Optus has hit back at Telstra over claims by the larger telco that it was the first Australian mobile carrier whose network was “5G ready”.
Telstra revealed today that it had begun switching on 5G support at a range of its mobile sites on the Gold Coast, as it prepares to begin offering services based on the new standard.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) expects to begin in November the auction of spectrum that will play a key role in the initial wave of wireless services based on the next-generation 5G standard.
T-Mobile US says Nokia will supply it with US$3.5 billion in next-generation 5G network gear, marking the world's largest 5G deal so far and concrete evidence of a new wireless upgrade cycle taking root.
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.