That's around 7.6 million times faster than the internet connection you probably have at home.
Samsung’s end-to-end prototype system was able to achieve real-time throughput of 6.2 Gbps over a 15-meter distance.
Once deployed, the network should be able to provide fiber-like speeds over the air, delivering data speeds of 4.2 Gbps and latency of 8 milliseconds.
Bahrain’s Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications recently reported that the island nation had become one of the first countries in the world to accomplish nationwide 5G...
Lebanon is preparing to upgrade its infrastructure to 5G, which promises greater transmission speeds, lower latency, and larger capacity.