Ooredoo Qatar conducts 5G trials

The telco achieved speeds of up to 35.46 Gbps
Waleed Al Sayed, CEO, Ooredoo Qatar
Waleed Al Sayed, CEO, Ooredoo Qatar


Ooredoo, in partnership with Huawei and Nokia, demonstrated its 5G capabilities on its ‘Supernet’ within Ooredoo’s 5G laboratory. The Qatari telecom provider completed trials for speed and latency, and achieved speeds of up to 35.46 Gbps, which Ooredoo officials claim to be the fastest mobile data service in the world today, as reported by The Peninsula Qatar.

The telco further plans to demonstrate the power of 5G technology with Nokia in the coming days, including a demonstration of next-generation virtual reality and robotic applications.

Waleed Al Sayed, CEO, Ooredoo Qatar said:“Ooredoo worked hard to complete this important technological breakthrough ahead of our country’s celebrations for Qatar National Day, so that we could share this remarkable achievement with our people and the world.Qatar continues to break new ground in the technology and services we are making available for our people."

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