27 Jun '17, 7pm

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Intel is collaborating with AT&T and Ericsson on a second trial using millimeter wave (mmWave) technology to deliver an ultra-fast 5G network experience to more locations in Austin, Texas. Announced today by AT&T , this trial allows participating residential, small-business and enterprise customers to stream premium live TV via AT&T’s DIRECTV NOW service and experience faster broadband services over a fixed wireless 5G network. The Intel® 5G Mobile Trial Platform, designed for faster integration and testing of 5G devices and wireless access points, is being used in this trial along with Ericsson’s 5G radio access network. Press Kit: 5G “This trial, part of our long-term collaboration with AT&T, builds on the success of our first 5G Austin trial and provides business and consumer participants a chance to experience the type of services and market opportunities they can expe...

Full article: https://newsroom.intel.com/news/intel-teams-att-ericsson-...

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