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    [EN] SKT, Ericsson, BMW achieve 3.6Gbps for 5G connected car trial

    Fiona Chau
    February 07, 2017

    SK Telecom achieved what it says is the world’s fastest 5G speed for a connected car during a demonstration conducted with Ericsson and BMW Korea.

    SKT said the trio has successfully tested its pilot 5G network on a connected car running at 170 kilometers per hour, reaching a 3.6Gbps transmission speed over the 28-GHz band.

    The demo was conducted at the German car maker’s driving center in Yeongjong Island, Incheon, where the trio first successfully tested its pilot 5G network for multi-vehicular communications last November.

    SK Telecom said with 5G avoiding obstacles is difficult at high speeds, but the operator achieved this through the application of advanced beamforming and beamtracking technologies.

    “Connected car is regarded as the barometer for 5G as it can only be realized through the combination of all 5G technologies. As ultra-high speed and ultra-low latency are prerequisites for realizing autonomous driving and immersive media services, the 3.6Gpbs transmission speed we successfully demonstrated today not only brings us a step closer to realizing autonomous driving, but will also have a great impact on a broader range of industries,” SK Telecom said in a statement.

    The demo significantly enhances the stability of connected car services by improving image recognition and V2X (Vehicle to Everything Communication) technologies, the operator added.

    “That is, a vehicle will be able to communicate, in real time, with other vehicles, traffic lights and surveillance cameras to understand and respond to unexpected situations and obstacles... in a much shorter time.”

    http://www.telecomasia.net/content/s...cted-car-trial

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    Ovum: 5G will be available in nearly 30 countries by 2021

    Mike Roberts/Ovum
    February 07, 2017

    5G will launch in 2020 and will be available in every major region worldwide in 2021, with Ovum forecasting that more than 50 operators will be offering 5G services in close to 30 countries by the end of 2021.

    However, the majority of 5G subscriptions will be concentrated in a handful of leading 5G markets, including the US, China, Japan, and South Korea. The US will be the largest 5G market in 2021, with more than 10 million 5G subscriptions, followed by China, Japan, and South Korea. Those top four 5G markets will account for more than 80% of the world's 5G subscriptions in 2021.

    Major operators such as Verizon, SK Telecom, and Telia have announced plans to launch pre-standard 5G services as early as 2018, with plans to transition to standardized services once the 5G standard is finalized. Early launches of pre-standardized 5G services could help these operators establish a lead in 5G, but could also create challenges around upgrading pre-standard equipment and services to the 5G standard. Ovum's 5G subscription forecasts only include subscriptions to standardized 5G services.

    Ovum forecasts that US-based Verizon will be the largest 5G operator by subscriptions in 2021, followed by its rival AT&T, NTT DoCoMo in Japan, and China Mobile. Driven by the early major 5G investments of leading operators, North America and Asia will each account for close to 45% of global 5G subscriptions at the end of 2021, followed by Europe with more than 10% of subscriptions, with the Middle East and Africa accounting for the remainder.

    Ovum produces 5G subscription forecasts every six months, as part of its broader forecasting of the key segments across the telecoms and media markets. In mid-2016, Ovum published its first 5G subscription forecasts, which predicted 24 million 5G subscriptions worldwide by end-2021. Ovum's new 5G forecasts are a 4% upward revision to 25 million 5G subscriptions worldwide by end-2021 based on additional operators planning to launch 5G services in the forecast period.

    Uses for 5G

    The main use case for 5G through 2021 will be enhanced mobile broadband services, although fixed broadband services will also be supported, especially in the US. Over time, 5G will support a host of use cases, including the Internet of Things and mission-critical communications, but Ovum does not believe those use cases will be supported by standardized 5G services through 2021.

    A number of operators have announced plans to launch what they describe as 5G services before 2020, but these will not typically be based on networks and devices complying with 5G standards, and so are excluded from Ovum's forecasts.

    Ovum defines a 5G subscription as an active connection to a 5G network via a 5G device. 5G is further defined as a system based on and complying with 3GPP 5G standards, beginning with parts of 3GPP Release 15, which is scheduled to be finalized in 2018.

    Mike Roberts is the research director for Ovum's service provider markets group.

    http://www.telecomasia.net/content/o...countries-2021

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