TIM Brasil tests 5G equipment from multiple suppliers

Monday 10 June 2019 | 11:07 CET | News
TIM Brasil is testing 5G infrastructure equipment from a range of suppliers, in order to prepare for the arrival of the technology, reports Valor Economico. The Brazilian operator is testing equipment from Huawei, which is already supplying equipment, as well as Ericsson and Nokia, said CEO Pietro Labriola.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: TIM Brasil
Countries: Brazil
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