Vodafone Idea records peak download speed of 5.92 Gbps in Pune 5G trials


Vodafone Idea Ltd (VIL) and Ericsson announced on Friday that they have achieved a technological milestone during ongoing 5G trials, demonstrating a peak download speed of 5.92 gigabits per second.

VIL has passed the new speed milestone on a single test device during its 5G trials in Pune, Maharashtra, according to a statement.



Previously, during its 5G trials and use case showcase in Pune, VIL had demonstrated speeds in excess of 4 Gbps.

“The new speed record of 5.92 Gbps was achieved using government-allocated 5G spectrum for trials,” the statement said.

Elaborating on this achievement, Jagbir Singh, Chief Technology Officer of VIL, said, “Given growing consumer demand for immersive media and video streaming services, the 5G speeds we have demonstrated will help us prepare. mobile broadband speeds and customers’ increased network capacity requirements. , as we prepare for ‘5G for a better future’ in India.

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