The Finnish company Nokia has set a world record for data transfer speed in 5G networks. This was said in a statement.
Nokia set a record for data transfer rates in Dallas, located in Texas. The record was established when using the 800 MHz commercial 5G millimeter wave spectrum, as well as EN-DC dual-connect technology – it allows the use of 5G and LTE networks simultaneously.
As a result, during tests on the equipment of base stations of commercial networks of large US operators, a speed of 4.7 Gbps was achieved. This is the highest speed in the history of dual EN-DC technology.
The company notes that setting such a record is an important milestone for the development of 5G in the United States.