Nokia announces it collaboration with StarHub, a leading Singaporean telecommunications company to build out its 5G standalone network. The move will allow StarHub to run 5G services independent of existing 4G network technology.
“With StarHub 5G services delivered via standalone architecture using the 3.5GHz spectrum, customers can enjoy new digital services such as augmented reality for entertainment, education, and healthcare,” StarHub said. “The industry will have the opportunity to deliver the promised massive Internet of Things (IoT), allowing interconnection of many devices and applications for a smarter society. Businesses can use 5G enhanced mobile broadband service to enable e-sports and augmented/virtual reality live feeds anywhere.”
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