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Samsung will showcase technologies that pave the way towards a 5G future at MWC 2016

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Last updated: February 17th, 2016 at 16:11 UTC+02:00

Samsung has announced today that at the Mobile World Congress 2016 later this week it’s going to showcase 4G LTE and advanced mobile technologies that pave a way toward a 5G future. The company will also introduce multilink connectivity technology, centralized radio, mmWave radio access solutions as well as Internet of Things to further provide reliable mobility and architectural flexibility.

“5G technology will offer us a new level of experience, which is immersive, tactile and ubiquitous. Thanks to seamless mobility, higher throughput and low latency of 5G technology, new services like hologram calls, virtual reality broadcasting of live football games and self-driving cars will enrich our lives,” said Youngky Kim, President and Head of Networks Business at Samsung Electronics.

The company will demonstrate the technology at MWC 2016 by transmitting eight UHD 4K videos over the air without any delays. It will also introduce the world’s first mobile handover test using the mmWave radio system and smartphone-integrated multiple antenna modules in a small form factor. The key lineup of Samsung IoT solutions are going to be demonstrated at MWC 2016 as well, these include the IoT Core Gateways, base stations, integrated digital units and more.

All of these technologies and more will be exhibited at the Samsung booth in Exhibit Hall 2 Stand 2M10 during MWC 2016 from February 22 to February 25 in Barcelona.

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