AT&T is yet to launch superfast 5G network by the end of 2018 in 23 urban cities. It has already announced its new 5G New Radio Specifications. But it’s not very specific about which devices will be the first adopt this high-speed network and also not revealed the markets of its launch.
Story Behind AT&T yet to launch Super Fast 5G Network by the end of 2018
Now AT&T started of designing the new hardware to implement 5G Networks. AT&T is not going to give up on its 5G wireless network. As already said, it is going to launch in 23 urban cities by the end of 2018 in addition to that it is going launch it’s 5G network in other markets throughout this year.
Melissa Arnoldi, president of AT&T Technology and Operations says “5G will change the way we live, work and enjoy entertainment. We’re moving quickly to begin deploying mobile 5G this year and start unlocking the future of connectivity for consumers and businesses. With faster speeds and ultra-low latency, 5G will ultimately deliver and enhance experiences like virtual reality, future driverless cars, immersive 4K video and more.”
Other Competitors of AT&T
AT&T is the last organization to announce its 5G Network future Plans if everything is favorable to the plan then AT&T is the first US Telecom Company which has introduced such a big network.
Aside, Sprint is aiming to announce its network in early 2019 whereas Verizon is also aimed to announce its 5G services in five cities by the end of 2018. T-Mobile is aiming to cover nationwide 5G services by 2020.
It’s a new wireless upgrade which is going to change all the tech industry by 2020. It could make large differences from the present 4G LTE to 5G services where we can browse and watch 4K streaming videos without lag apart from that this 5G network is helpful to another big change in the tech industry which is Artificial Intelligence.
By 2020, 5G services are going to available all over the globe which is another biggest thing happened in the technology industry and also helpful to the upcoming tech trends Artificial Intelligence, IOT, and Big Data.