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Optus, Ericsson to deploy fifty 5G sites across Sydney, Melbourne

Monday 11 February 2019 | 12:07 CET | News
Australian operator Optus has announced it has deployed a live 5G site in Kellyville, in Sydney's north-west. The site is one of 50 sites to be built by Ericsson across Sydney and Melbourne over the coming months as part of Optus' multi-vendor 5G rollout. According to Optus, using Ericsson's 5G RAN equipment the site has achieved a mobile service based on 3GPP standards, leveraging third-party customer premises equipment (CPE) test device on Optus' 3.5 GHz spectrum with a channel bandwidth of 60 MHz.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Ericsson / Optus
Countries: Australia
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