Five-G Service Was Launched in the Himalayas
Five-G service was launched in the Himalayas
Huawei, a Chinese mobile operator and telecommunications technology service provider, has launched Five-G, a high-speed internet service in the Himalayas. The two companies have set up Five-G base stations at an altitude of six and a half thousand meters in the Himalayas. They call it the installation of the Five-G base station at the highest point in the world.
Huawei said in a statement that a new measurement of the Himalayas was undertaken this year to mark the 70th anniversary of the ascent of the northern tip of the Himalayas and the 45th anniversary of China's first official accurate measurement of the Himalayas. The recently launched Five-G network will help re-measure the Himalayas.
Huawei will provide technical support for the construction of China Mobile's Everest dual gigabit network. The base station has been built at an altitude of 5,300 meters above the Himalayan base camp, a transition camp at an altitude of 5,600 meters and a forward camp at an altitude of 6,500 meters. Huawei's Five-G AAU and SPN technology will be used at these base stations.
According to Huawei, their Five-G AAU is compact (small or portable) in size and quite integrated, which can be placed very easily. It is very useful for setting up infrastructure in remote areas like Mount Everest. At an altitude of 5,300 meters, the download speed of Five-G will be more than 1.6 Gbps. On the other hand, the upload speed will be 215 Mbps.
The beauty of the Himalayas can be seen through the Five G high-definition video and VR experience, which at the same time gives special ideas to mountaineers, scientists and other nature experts, Huawei claims.
Huawei is the world's leading information and communication technology (ICT) service provider. The company serves more than 160 countries and territories, one-third of the world's population