AT & T launches 5G evoluti 117 new markets

A T & T announced Friday that it had launched its 5G Evoluti technology in 117 new markets

Despite its name, 5G Evoluti is not technically true 5G service. But as AT & T points out, the technology lays the foundati for real 5G networks – which the telecommunicatis company hopes to launch in 12 cities by the end of the year.

"These technologies serve as a gateway to 5G by boosting AT & T's technical director, Andre Fuetsch, wrote in an article the blog

." Basically, 5G Evoluti takes advantage of the 39, AT & T's enhanced infrastructure to accelerate throughput to other markets, and this infrastructure will also be ready to support the real 5G when the new standard is ready for deployment.

And even if this is not true, the 5G Evoluti of AT & T is still an upgrade over existing network technology.PNO-5G technology can support speeds up to two times faster than standard LTE – with theoretical peak speeds of up to 400 megabits per secd, writes the company.

Currently, AT & T has launched technology a total of 141 markets – It is currently available in large metropolitan areas like A Miami, Chicago, Memphis, Nashville and San Diego.

It plans to reach this year more than 500 markets, including Baltimore, Seattle, Las Vegas, New York, Detroit and Washingt DC

The telecommunicatis giant also announced new markets for LTE- LAA, a faster type of LTE service that takes advantage of unlicensed spectrum. LTE-LAA, which supports theoretical top speeds of up to 1 gigabit per secd, is now available in Bost, Sacramento and McAllen, Texas. These three new markets will be part of a total of 24 AT & T plans to roll out LTE-LAA by the end of 2018.

The real 5G networks should greatly revolutiize the way we calculate, opening up the way to advanced technologies such as driverless car systems improvement and artificial intelligence. Other telecommunicati companies have announced their own plans to deploy 5G networks in the …

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