US public security private network FIRSTNET invested more than US $200 million to upgrade 5g: at & T implementation

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 US public security private network FIRSTNET invested more than US $200 million to upgrade 5g: at & T implementation


The representative added that the upgrade will allow FIRSTNET users to access at & Ts 5g spectrum with 5g enabled terminals based on the 4G services already provided.

In a statement, Edward Horowitz, chairman of FIRSTNETs board of directors, said the approval of the funds enabled the next important step in our mission to be achieved and the project to be on the road to 5g..

The first net administration points out that the shift to 5g will enable the organization to provide faster speed, lower latency and more Internet of things connectivity, leading to application cases across AR, connected vehicles, drones, remote robots and new sensors.