Ericsson, SK Telecom and BMW Group Korea have broken a world record for 5G speeds in a follow-up to the 5G trials announced in November 2016. On a racetrack in Yeonjong-do, South Korea, a high-performance network connection supported data transmission from point-to-point from a car driving more than 160 kilometers per hour.
The three companies have been focused on high driving speeds while ensuring a stable and high performance network connection in order to provide a concrete example of seamless mobility.
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