AT&T Adds New 5G Cities, AirGig could bring data to millions of people

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New Orleans, Houston, San Antonio, Jacksonville, and Louisville are the top five cities where AT&T is going to launch mobile 5G.

As per their objective AT&T announced today that the remaining cities to receive mobile 5G through the end of 2018 this year. As mentioned earlier, these cities are Houston, Jacksonville, Louisville, New Orleans, and San Antonio.

Just to make you aware that this is in addition to the seven previously announced cities. The cities we are talking about are Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas, Indianapolis, Oklahoma City, Raleigh, and Waco.

Here is the list where At&T also revealed cities that would receive the service in early 2019: Los Angeles, Nashville, Las Vegas,v Orlando, San Diego, San Francisco, and San Jose.

AT&T has identified Ericsson AB, Nokia Corp., and Samsung Corp. as its 5G suppliers.

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“Our 5G deployment strategy will include using millimeter wave spectrum to deploy 5G in pockets of dense areas – where demand on our network is high and extra capacity and coverage is needed most,” AT&T said in a statement

AT&T was first successful in making the first-millimeter wave wireless 5G connection using standards-based production equipment. As per the demand and market trend and analysis, the company is planning on utilizing the 5G technology in densely populated areas; it can deliver high/satisfactory speed under any conditions.

According to AT&T, its 4G-advanced “5G Evolution” networks are now in working condition in over 180 locations and will reach more than 400-450 by the end of the year 2018.

To make sure high-Internet speed even in Rural areas, AT&T also has an update on Project AirGig. It uses several types of technology, such as mounted on top of existing infrastructure, low-cost plastic antennas, utility poles etc. AT&T is now ready for Project AirGig to begin testing and building commercial-grade equipment.

AT&T has started deploying 3GPP Release 15 compliant equipment in a handful of our early 5G cities. It is working with Ericsson, Nokia, and Samsung total 3 vendors to launch 5G in total 19 cities.

The name of these cities is Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Nashville, Orlando, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, San Antonio, New Orleans, Houston, Jacksonville, Louisville, Dallas, Atlanta, Waco, Charlotte, Raleigh, and Oklahoma City.

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