AT&T Breaks the 5G Gigabit Barrier
AT&T has achieved consistent 1Gbit/s speeds over high-band millimeter wave (mmWave) connections in its fixed 5G trials so far, trials that have been so successful they've got the wireless operator confident it has "all the answers" when it comes to going commercial with 5G.
Melissa Arnoldi, president of AT&T's technology and operations, writes this in a blog post sharing some of the details of AT&T's trials. Light Reading Mobile Editor Dan Jones has more on what's making the operator feel fully prepared for 5G. Check out the full story here: AT&T 5G Tests Go Gaga for Gigabit.
— Sarah Thomas, Contributing Editor, Telco Transformation
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