UZMOBILE Uzbekistan conducted a first laboratory test of Pre5G in Tashkent in collaboration with the Chinese company ZTE. The test conducted using aggregation of several carriers, 4 × 4 MIMO, 256QAM and other advanced technologies in the industry. UZMOBILE Conducted Laboratory Test of Pre5G in Collaboration with ZTE
Until the completion of standardization of 5G, ZTE will offer 5G technologies based on 4G networks. According to UZMOBILE, the laboratory test Pre5G was conducted on the basis of the laboratory of the Center for Development of Telecommunications and Personnel. This first test of Pre5G in Uzbekistan will help to understand how to work with a flow in traffic in the operator’s networks.
UZMOBILE Conducted Laboratory Test of Pre5G in Collaboration with ZTE
The test showed a data transfer rate of up to 1 Gbit / s for each user. This transfer rate fully meets the requirements for increasing data throughput during the smooth evolution of 4G networks. Improving user experience is one of major feature of evolution from LTE networks to 5G.
ZTE Corporation helps to easily understand the introduction of the 5G network concept by combining its own innovative technologies and 3GPP LTE-A PRO standards. This allows the operator to make gradual evolution of 4G networks in four directions – increasing bandwidth, Internet of things (IoT), high user experience and cloud services – while maintaining focus on new business models and a range of services, which as a result guarantees a smooth transition to networks 5G.
This concept of Pre5G first introduced by ZTE in June 2014. It received high recognition in the industry. Its Pre5G MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) technology also awarded several significant awards. Furthermore, ZTE believes that Pre5G technology is the inevitable stage of evolution from 4G to 5G.
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