Recently, Telstra announced that it has chosen Ericsson as its 5G network provider. Under the agreement, the two companies will work together to provide next-generation mobile communications technology to Australia. Both parties will begin deployment of existing 5G sites in Adelaide, Perth and Canberra.
The successful completion of Telstra's 50th existing network 5G site in Australia was held on October 24, 2018 in Canberra. In the event, the two parties announced the above partnership agreement. filling compound for optical fiber cable
Ericsson President and CEO Borje Ekholm said in Australia recently: " Our joint efforts has laid a solid foundation for Telstra's success in 5G. Through extensive collaboration and efforts between us, Ericsson will ensure that Australia is at the forefront of mobile communications technology." hot application filling gel
In August of this year, Telstra announced that it has turned to 5G technology, making Australia's largest and fastest mobile network to be the first 5G-ready mobile network in Australia. 5G is committed to providing ultra-high data rates, ultra-low latency, ultra-high reliability, ultra-high energy efficiency and ultra-high device density, all of which can be achieved through joint deployment of LTE and new wireless access technologies. water blocking yarn