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South Korea plans to launch a fifth-generation networks by 2017
The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology in South Korea that it intends to invest the equivalent of 1.5 billion U.S. dollars in order to develop technical generation V “Five G” 5G of communication networks, which are planned to be faster thousand times from the fourth generation networks “as soon as Ji” 4G.
According to the ministry, the fifth-generation networks will allow users to download a video clip size of 800 megabytes a second, and only one, where the ministry plans to launch a new service experimentally in 2017 that the service will be available for commercial launch by 2020.
In addition to developing networks of the fifth generation, plans to the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, South Korea should give utmost importance to the development of new features and important, especially in this generation of communication networks, to include broadcast video precision ultra-clear or dubbed termed “Ultra – HD” Ultra-HD , and the transfer of three-dimensional images which are known as “Hologram” Hologram, as well as enhanced services for social networking.
The government estimates Korean to reach the expected sales of the relevant industries and which may be used infrastructure networks fifth generation, the equivalent of more than 310 billion U.S. dollars, and during the period from 2020 to 2026, this and want the ministry responsible for the development of this technology in collaboration with the players, communications and local businesses , such as “South Korea Telecommunications” SK Telecom and “connections Korea” Korea Teleom, in addition to the companies, “Samsung” and “LG”.
It should be noted that the company “Samsung” had announced in May / May last year for the results of the test generation networks V, where she said at the time that it has successfully completed testing technique using packet-frequency 28 GHz for data transfer speeds of 1 Gigabit and 2 km, and also revealed it plans to launch this technology by 2020.
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