5G-Announcements


CANADA

Vancouver – Telus 5G testing “Living Lab” in downtown Harbour

Vancouver – BCIT / Telus Building

VancouverUBC 5G HUB “testbed and blueprint for 5G innovation in Canada”

TorontoRogers Centre 5G Test site & QuaySide Smart City

OttawaCity Hall 5G testing site

Montreal5G Corridor from Toronto to Montreal 

 


 

UNITED KINGDOM

Vodafone announces 5G trials in seven cities across the UK

Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Liverpool, London and Manchester, and the trials are set to begin between October and December 2018.

Vodafone claims this is the most comprehensive 5G trial announced to date, and adds that the trial will be used to test new 5G applications, including virtual and augmented reality in factories, hospitals and offices.

Vodafone claims UK 5G first with 3.4 GHz spectrum trial  – APRIL 13, 2018

 

“Samsung 5G fixed wireless trial in London in the second half of 2017″- FEB 24 2017   http://telecoms.com/480017/arqiva-samsung-to-trial-5g-fixed-wireless-in-london-soon/

 


UNITED STATES

First Verizon 5G CITIES in USA (2018)

1 Ann Arbor, Michigan
Atlanta, Georgia
3 Bernardsville, Massachusetts
4 Brockton, Massachusetts
Dallas, Texas
6 Denver, Colorado
Houston, Texas
8 Miami, Florida
10 Seatle, Washington
11 Washington, DC

First AT&T 5G rollout Cities in USA (2018)

Fresno, California
Los Angeles, California
Sacramento, California
San Diego, California
San Francisco, California
Connecticut – Bridgeport, Hartford
Atlanta, Georgia
Chicago, Illinois
Indianapolis, Indiana
Louisville, Kentucky
New Orleans, Louisianna
Boston, Massachusetts
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Buffalo, New York
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Greenville, South Carolina
Memphis, Tennessee
Nashville, Tennessee
Austin, Texas
Houston, Texas
San Antonio, Texas
https://cms.edn.com/ContentEETimes/Images/EDN1Wireless/043018%20T%20VZ%20and%20fixed%20wireless%20broadband%20AT&T%205G.jpg http://money.cnn.com/2018/02/20/technology/att-5g-mobile-network-cities/index.htmlhttps://techcrunch.com/2018/02/21/att-names-atlanta-dallas-and-waco-first-of-12-us-cities-to-get-5g-wireless/

First SPRINT 5G rollout Cities in USA (2019)

First 6 announced

Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, LA and Washington, DC.

 

T-Mobile

Firm said it will build 5G networks in 30 cities during 2018, with the first being New York, Los Angeles, Dallas and Las Vegas. The company will initially create faster speeds by combining 4G and 5G simultaneously.

http://www.newsweek.com/5g-first-cities-network-revealed-823597

 


AUSTRAILIA

“TELSTRA to provide 5G to major cities and several regional areas by the end of 2019.”

“Gold Coast : September 2018 will undertake trials.”

“According to Telstra’s 5G roadmap, 2018 will see the deployment of over 1,000 small cells in metro areas to increase capacity, and 4G and 5G integration trials with Ericsson, Intel, and Qualcomm, including interoperability testing for the newly standardised 5G NSA specs.”

https://www.zdnet.com/article/mwc-2018-telstras-5g-rollout-plan-for-2019/

 

Telstra Just Turned On 5G On The Gold Coast

Telstra just announced that it has turned on 5G through selected regions of the Gold Coast, making it the first mobile network in the country to start rolling out 5G.
Telstra CEO Andrew Penn said this was just the beginning and that the telco plans to have over 200 5G capable sites live by the end of 2018.Telstra is planning for its 5G network to support both sub 6GHz and mmWave spectrum in the future. The sites turned on are using the licensed 3.6GHz spectrum and are connected to Telstra’s new production core network which virtualises the various wireless network functions onto common data centre computer hardware.”Today’s switch on demonstrates Telstra’s commitment to mobile leadership in Australia and will support the ongoing testing of next-generation mobile technologies in Australian conditions to support the early commercial deployment of 5G mobile services,” Mr Penn said.”Telstra has already achieved a number of significant milestones in preparation for 5G. In February we launched Telstra’s 5G Innovation Centre on the Gold Coast which has since been home to several world and Australian firsts including the world’s first precinct of 5G-enabled WiFi hotspots, Australia’s first 5G Connected Car, and the world’s first end-to-end 5G non-standalone data call on a commercial mobile network.”Today we have switched on 5G-capable sites on the Gold Coast, which enable us to test 5G pre-commercial devices in real-world conditions and use unique innovations like our Connected Car to test our 5G footprint. It also means we can connect compatible commercial 5G devices for customers in 5G areas as they become available.”We know mobility is key for our customers, and that’s why we are focused on delivering a 5G mobile service first and foremost.”Over the coming months, we will continue expanding our 5G coverage with plans to roll out to more capital cities, regional centres and other high demand areas.”The rollout is backed by a $5 billion investment over three years by the telco that has been used to enhance the capacity, capability and reach of the network. It has also been a central element of Telstra’s T22 strategy which aims to simplify its operations and produce set. It will also reduce its cost base, which will inevitably involve job losses.https://www.gizmodo.com.au/2018/08/telstra-just-turned-on-5g-on-the-gold-coast/

 

“Telstra 5G-enabled Wi-Fi hotspots”

telstra.com.au/aboutus/media/media-releases/Telstra-offers-Australias-first-taste-of-5G– March 27, 2018

 

 

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