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Ooredoo Qatar, Ericsson perform 4.2Gbps mid-band spectrum test

28 Jul 2020

Ooredoo Qatar and Ericsson have tested mobile broadband speeds of 4.2Gbps using 200MHz of mid-band spectrum and the latest Ericsson Radio System products. Advanced 5G and 4G aggregation functionality was used to boost the data rate per user, highlighting future benefits in enabling higher data speeds on mobile handsets, improving the experience of apps such as streaming 8K videos, remote learning, cloud gaming and AR/VR applications and supporting opportunities in areas such as smart cities, healthcare and logistics. Ooredoo Qatar CEO Mohammed Bin Abdullah Al Thani said: ‘We are making use of the latest innovative technology to apply 5G in existing frequency bands and deploying the latest 5G radios to shift our subscriber experience to a whole new level.’

Qatar, Ericsson, Ooredoo Qatar

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