Ericsson achieves 5 Gbps over next-gen 5G test network

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While most of the world is still adopting 4G LTE networks, Ericsson is busy testing next-generation cellular connectivity in their labs. Recently, the company successfully managed to send data at a whopping five gigabits per second over test 5G networks.

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Kezhen Gao

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The average subscriber probably have no more than 2 GB in their monthly data cap. So if you were actually able to hit your max speed, you would max out your data plan in less than 4 seconds.
I think the focus needs to be bring down the cost of data transfer to the end consumer.
 
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Its 4G/5G - not GB #tool LOL

The average subscriber probably have no more than 2 GB in their monthly data cap. So if you were actually able to hit your max speed, you would max out your data plan in less than 4 seconds.
I think the focus needs to be bring down the cost of data transfer to the end consumer.
 

Holyscrap

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5G(eneration) offers 5Gbps dl speeds which is 640MB/s which means 1920MB in 3 seconds therefore he is right
Its 4G/5G - not GB #tool LOL

The average subscriber probably have no more than 2 GB in their monthly data cap. So if you were actually able to hit your max speed, you would max out your data plan in less than 4 seconds.
I think the focus needs to be bring down the cost of data transfer to the end consumer.