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Sumitay
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Sumitay,
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12/1/2017 | 9:19:37 AM
Re: Mobile mmwave 5G starts service in March 2019

Hi, can you provide me the source? Thanks
TV Monitor
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11/30/2017 | 4:55:27 PM
Re: Mobile mmwave 5G starts service in March 2019
"Not too many leaves in Seoul, right?"

That's for the visiting VIPs to find out with the prototype 5G handset(Mini tablet) in their hands in three month's time, since the 28 Ghz mmwave 5G network is currently operational in Gangnam and Pyeongchang.
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11/30/2017 | 4:36:40 PM
Good Stuff
Thanks Dan.  I remember reading your posts in 2010 with the LTE deployments.  5G will be coming fast.  If one could identify the radio component manufacturers to be used in the 5G boxes it could be profitable given how many more repeater sites will be needed for 28GHz and mmWave compared to the relatively robust 700 Mhz frequencies.
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11/30/2017 | 3:43:06 PM
Re: Mobile mmwave 5G starts service in March 2019
Not too many leaves in Seoul, right?
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11/30/2017 | 1:12:46 PM
Mobile mmwave 5G starts service in March 2019
Korean government's minister has announced March 2019 as the launch date of the commercial 28 Ghz mmwave 5G service.

This is a mobile mmwave 5G service, not fixed.
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11/29/2017 | 9:25:01 PM
Re: Suppliers UPATE
Verizon is confirming Ericsson & Samsung as hardware suppliers so far. Not giving further details yet.
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DanJones,
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11/29/2017 | 6:53:53 PM
Suppliers
So far we know that Ericsson will be one of the suppliers. Verizon has also worked with Samsung and Nokia Bell Labs in the tests. As well Cisco and Intel.

I've asked Verizon for an update.


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