Samsung has announced that it will provide private 5G networks to both the public and private sectors in South Korea.
These new private 5G networks will operate using 4.7GHz and 28GHz, bands available to non-telcos and designed exclusively for private networks.
“Private 5G networks will enable incremental change across all verticals. Applications like digital twins, self-driving cars, AI and AR are just a few of the many use cases Samsung’s 5G can enable. It’s just too much,” said Yong Chang, vice president of global sales and marketing for network business at Samsung Electronics. “Samsung understands the unique needs of enterprises and can provide an optimized network experience. We are pleased to help drive the private 5G ecosystem in South Korea.”
Samsung provides advanced private 5G network solutions to various entities in the public and private sectors, including energy, safety, water resource management, medical services and medical education.
In the public sector, Samsung is working with three major government agencies to help ensure workplace safety and efficiency by applying smart, AI-enabled connectivity solutions.
More information about the new Samsung private 5G network that will be available in South Korea can be found on Samsung’s website at the link below.
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