5G Internet is started experimentally on NTT Docomo


A big step forward in internet technology

May 9, 2014
NTT Docomo, a large japanese mobile network, has started experimental service of fastest internet to its customers.

5G is an ultra-high bandwidth network, which will produce up to 10 Gbps bandwidth to users.  This is an absolutely ground-breaking revolution in mobile internet technology.

Six famous multinational telecom companies, Nokia, Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent, NEC, Fujitsu and NEC (The Asahi Shimbun) are the vendors for this upcoming technology.

Docomo is going to adopt a wireless band, which was considered useless previously.  The purpose is to reach a higher frequency more than 6GHz.  According to a reliable internet resource, Ericsson is going to test on 15GHz frequency, while Nokia will try 70GHz, which are much higher than the currently running LTE networks like 1.8GHz and 2.6GHz.  Thus hoping, the future radio technology will change the whole mobile scenario.

After Nokia’s successful 5G test, Docomo announced that its plan is to launch 5G service in the starting of 2016.


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