Samsung and MTS demonstrate 5G scenarios
The scenarios included HD video calls, ultralow-latency video games and high-definition video streaming.
The demonstration zone was set up in the exhibition hall of the Popov Central Museum of Radio Communications, one of the world’s oldest museums of science and technology, in St. Petersburg, Russia. Guests and journalists were given the chance to make HD video calls and play a football simulation video game on Samsung’s 5G prototype tablets. 5G provides an unprecedented mobile video game user experience by dramatically reducing the response rate between devices.
The demonstrations also included streaming of 4K ultra-high-definition video. These trials utilised Samsung’s 5G end-to-end solutions including 5G routers (CPE, customer premise equipment) and prototype tablets, 5G radio access unit, virtualised RAN and virtualised core network.
“Our goal is to adapt new technologies to commercial use in cooperation with industry-leading vendors. Today’s trial with Samsung Electronics demonstrates that 5G is not an academic theory, but presents a nearly ready set of practical network solutions that will allow customers to manage a broad range of everyday tasks and open new opportunities that are unachievable on 4G,” said Pavel Korotin, Director of St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region, MTS.
“Today’s tests demonstrated the readiness of MTS’s network infrastructure for the deployment of 5G. Samsung is pleased to have MTS as our partner to together explore the capabilities of 5G that are essential to unlocking near-term use cases for both customers and enterprises,” said Seungsik Choi, Vice President of Samsung Electronics Russia.
Samsung and MTS began their cooperation in 2014 with the launch of LTE networks in the Northwestern Federal District of Russia, including St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region. In the second half of 2017, Samsung and MTS signed an agreement to expand and upgrade MTS’s network with LTE-Advanced Pro and IoT features. The companies will also continue their collaboration on 5G.
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