Samsung Electronics reported that it broke transfer speed records using a 5G mmWave network. The tests were conducted in collaboration with NBN Co., a business that is a part of an Australian investment plan of AUD 750 million. To make the most of the upcoming 5G network, NBN is deploying a variety of software upgrades.
During the field test, the device’s average download and upload speeds were 1.75 Gbps and 61.5 Mbps, respectively. The most astounding feature is that the maximum download speed was 2.7 Gbps and that it was attained at a distance of 10 km from the source.
According to Samsung and NBN, the new accomplishment is a crucial step in the development of 5G networks, not just in densely populated cities but also in rural areas. The results of the successful tests demonstrate the 5G network’s enormous future potential.