Learning and lessons on 5G after one year in operation in United States

MWC Los Angeles 2019

Learning and lessons on 5G after one year in operation in United States

The event MWC Los Angeles 2019 and CTIA 2019 finished yesterday was useful for sharing experiences, hits and misses. Many operators coincided with advancing 5G does not depend so much on the work itself, but on the generation of a broader application development ecosystem. 

Neville Ray, CTO of T-Mobile, reiterated the operator's plan to use spectrum in low, medium and high bands, to mega-fuse with Sprint: “We have launched the mmWave services, we will launch 5G and 600MHz nationwide to but why they connect the 5G of the middle band and provide the spectrum at 2.5 GHz of Sprint, ”says the director. 

T-Mobile features a 600MHz device, the 7P Pro 5G McLaren from OnePlus. With a further advance of 600 Mhz the company plans to provide coverage to 200 million people before the end of this year, which is added to the limited services of 5G in the 28GHz and 39GHz mmWave bands, and presented at the beginning of the year. 

On the other hand, John Saw, Sprint's CTO, tells you about the usage that is giving customers 5G red: consuming three to five times bad data than 4G red. In addition, I said that on promise, the 5G smartphones are delivering a download speed of 200Mb / s. 

From Verizon, Nicki Palmer, senior vice president of technology, considered that the 5G line requires a completely new approach to the entire ecosystem. And on the ground it referred to manufacturers of chips, telephones and networks, as well as developers and users who access the applications. “We can't do these other things. For example, in the entertainment area or public services. We need to get into problems and see how connectivity can help solve it, "he said.

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