Samsung’s 5G City: An initiative to show the future of 5G communications network in daily life

Samsung has been already been testing its 5G network with major carriers in multiple countries. By taking another step towards 5G, Today the company has provided a sneak peek to the future of 5G communication networks in our daily life through its newly developed ‘5G City’.

Samsung has established a ‘5G City’ to demonstrate the daily use of 5G and how it’ll work, where things will be connected throughout the world with a 5G communication network.

‘5G City’ is located within ‘Digital City’ by Samsung Electronics in Suwon, Korea, and is made up of three parts and made in three parts: the ‘5G Stadium’, the ‘5G Connectivity Node’ and the ‘5G Kiosk’.

5G Stadium: Ready to experience the next-gen stadium? in this 5G enabled stadium Using a massive Using a massive MIMO (multiple inputs multiple outputs) which will enable a large number of spectators to simultaneously stream high-definition videos at the stadium. Samsung recently tested this in a baseball stadium with KDDI in Okinawa, Japan.

5G Connectivity Node: is a set of 5G network equipment that connects numerous device and sensors through Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Zigbee to monitor traffic, measure temperature, humidity, and movements. This technology will help in detecting abnormal signs such as Jay Walking, Speeding and accidents.

5G Kiosk: is next generation ‘Hotspot’ service transmitter that flows HD videos and maps to city vehicles within a short amount of periods. These transmitters will be installed throughout the route, when a 5G test bus drives into this area, download speeds reach 1~3Gbps, a 500MB file can be downloaded within five to six seconds.

Samsung Electronics also hosts an exhibition on global 5G commercialization at the ‘Network Lounge’ in Suwon Digital City. The exhibition covers a wide range of 5G technologies including 3.5GHz and 28GHz communication equipment and other networks solutions.

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