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    Default Cable & Wireless Communications announces LTE-A Pro testing in Antigua & Barbuda

    Some news just breaking from the CANTO Conference in the Dominican Republic happening now....

    Field trial of LTE-Advanced Pro (LTE-A Pro) technology in Antigua and Barbuda, sets groundwork for next generation of transformative technologies.

    At the 33rd CANTO Annual Conference & Trade Exhibition, John Reid, CEO of C&W Communications (C&W), announced that C&W has completed a groundbreaking pre-5G trial in Antigua. Once installed, Antigua will be the first country in the region with the most advanced pre-5G network, delivering download peak speeds of up to 800 Mbit/s. In the trial’s next phase, the Company expects to test a 5G prototype reaching 2 to 5 Gbit/s peak speeds, which will have a profound positive impact on the island.

    Read more here: http://www.cwc.com/news-and-media/pr...caribbean.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandysull View Post
    Some news just breaking from the CANTO Conference in the Dominican Republic happening now....

    Field trial of LTE-Advanced Pro (LTE-A Pro) technology in Antigua and Barbuda, sets groundwork for next generation of transformative technologies.

    At the 33rd CANTO Annual Conference & Trade Exhibition, John Reid, CEO of C&W Communications (C&W), announced that C&W has completed a groundbreaking pre-5G trial in Antigua. Once installed, Antigua will be the first country in the region with the most advanced pre-5G network, delivering download peak speeds of up to 800 Mbit/s. In the trialís next phase, the Company expects to test a 5G prototype reaching 2 to 5 Gbit/s peak speeds, which will have a profound positive impact on the island.

    Read more here: http://www.cwc.com/news-and-media/pr...caribbean.html
    This is good news, I remember asking you about 5G yesterday night. Didnt expect to see or hear anything active about it so soon. I hope it becomes viable, and within the next five years. I hope this technology reaches Jamaica soon. God knows Jamaica can use a speed upgrade.

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