Labor endorses possible Huawei 5G ban as repeating its NBN ban Watch Now Chinese networking giant Huawei is continuing its 5G network tests with Singaporean mobile carrier M1, with the two working to complete an end-to-end live broadcast of virtual reality (VR) content over a 5G network. The trial, which will make use of the 28GHz millimetre-wave (mmWave) spectrum band, will take place at the end of June in M1’s MiWorld building in Jurong. It constitutes the first live end-to-end 5G trial of Huawei’s equipment in Singapore in that frequency band, the companies said. “This live demo is a small but significant step in our journey towards next-generation 5G mobile networks,” M1 CTO Denis Seek said. “With the advancement in 5G and media technologies, immersive communication experience will continue to be enhanced, and this will definitely have a profound impact on the way we work, learn, live, and play in future smart city.” M1 said the use of VR, along with augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality, will become use cases across smart classrooms, corporate communications, training, marketing campaigns, public events, and virtual tourism — and will rely on a low-latency 5G network with theoretical throughput speeds of 20Gbps. Huawei… Read full this story
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