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Samsung Set To Reveal 5G Network Offering, After Huawei Banished

As Samsung Electronics Australia, moves to grab a share of the local 5G infrastructure market, where Huawei has been banished the South Korean Company is set to reveal what their offering will look like.

The Company has sent out official invitations to global media and business partners across the world for an upcoming online event to present its network business to a global audience.

Entitled “Unleashing the Full Power of 5G,” the show slated for June 22 is the first public event to showcase Samsung’s network solutions.

President Jeon Kyung-hoon, Samsung’s network business head, is expected to appear on the stage to introduce a line-up of the business’ latest solutions, ranging from 5G chips, software, and equipment to special 5G networks.

Samsung previously took part in the annual Mobile World Congress that was held in Barcelona, Spain, every February to show off its network solutions alongside competitors like Huawei, Nokia, and Ericsson.

But the company decided not to participate in the biggest trade show for the telecom industry this year, considering lingering COVID-19 risks.

Samsung Australia vice president of Mobile, Garry McGregor, says, “The launch of Samsung Networks Business in Australia will open incredible opportunities for potential partners seeking to explore how the pinnacle of Samsung’s innovation in telecommunications can support the future of network connectivity in this country.

Currently the Company is exploring the potential of 5G mmWave technology to support the nation’s digital transformation with next generation networks technology.

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) recently opened applications for telecommunications carriers to participate in an auction to secure high band 5G spectrums for future deployments.

The auction will involve the sale of 2.4GHz spectrum within the 26GHz band across 27 geographic regions across Australia, the company states.

Recently, Samsung Networks deployed 4G and 5G solutions for one of New Zealand’s major telecommunications carriers.

Samsung Australia vice president of Mobile, Garry McGregor, says, “The launch of Samsung Networks Business in Australia will open incredible opportunities for potential partners seeking to explore how the pinnacle of Samsung’s innovation in telecommunications can support the future of network connectivity in this country.

The company’s certified base stations are among the first 5G products to be listed on the U.S. National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) Product Compliant List (PCL) as well as the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security Product List.

In April of last year, using its mmWave solutions, Samsung Networks also achieved one of the industry’s fastest 5G download speeds of 8.5Gbps across multiple devices.

With a focus on transformative ideas and technologies, Samsung delivers solutions in the categories of TVs, smartphones, wearable devices, tablets, digital appliances, network systems, and memory, system LSI, foundry, and LED solutions.

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