Ericsson, Singtel, and Qualcomm announced a tripartite cooperation, and recently successfully achieved a maximum uplink rate of 1.6Gbps on 5G millimeter waves. With faster 5G uplink rates and Singtel Paragon (Integrated 5G and multi-access edge computing business orchestration platform), enterprises will be able to better analyze the performance of their equipment and networks, and improve their own real-time performance monitoring and feedback capabilities.
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Industry applications in areas such as manufacturing, transportation, healthcare, entertainment and news production often require higher uplink capacity than the average individual mobile user. With a balanced mode architecture configuration, SingTel effectively varies uplink and downlink throughput and provides a higher uplink ratio for 5G millimeter wave, which in turn increases peak cell throughput on the uplink.
The trio achieved a maximum uplink rate of 1.6Gbps on 5G millimeter wave using a balanced frame architecture configuration combined with an uplink quad carrier on SingTel’s network using Snapdragon X65 5G modem-RF system driven test equipment.