six major cities ready 5g next generation connectivity

Six Major Cities ready For 5G Next Generation Connectivity

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The official announcement from Sprint(Sprint is a communications services company). It is preparing to deliver the nation’s first 5G mobile network in selected U.S. markets in the first half of 2019. Customers in Chicago, Dallas, and Los Angeles will begin experiencing 5G-like capabilities later the Sprint will aggressively expand to additional markets including Atlanta, Houston, and Washington, D.C.

In 2018 and 2019 Sprint expects to establish thousands of Massive MIMO radios, significantly increasing its network capacity for millions of customers across the country.

The company promises to connect people, places and billions of things with blazing fast speed, ultra-reliable, low-latency wireless service. This breakthrough technology will enable new levels of innovation and progress including cloud robotics, telemedicine, connected cars, and drones, augmented and virtual reality and more.

“The race to 5G is heating up, and let me be clear, today’s announcement is a huge step toward Sprint being first to offer a 5G mobile network,” said Marcelo Claure, Sprint CEO. “Our deep spectrum position gives us an incredible advantage no other carrier has in the U.S. We’re making significant investments using state-of-the-art technology, and working with leading chip and handset partners to deliver an incredible Next-Gen Network for our customers.”

All Sprint customers using a 2.5 GHz (band 41) device will benefit from the increased capacity and speed provided by Massive MIMO. In addition, Sprint is working with Qualcomm Technologies. The recently announced Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ X50 5G modem supports 5G NR for Sprint’s 2.5 GHz (n41) spectrum band.

Marc Rouanne, President of Mobile Networks, Nokia, said: “With Nokia’s 5G-ready massive MIMO radios, Sprint will build high capacity for its customers, especially in densely populated locations such as city centers and high-rise buildings. This powerful technology will be easy for Sprint to deploy on its 2.5 GHz spectrum, boosting data traffic, and we are looking forward to helping Sprint develop new levels of innovation in cloud robotics, augmented reality and more.”

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