In what it calls an “unquestionable first,” Signals Research Group has tested the efficiency of LTE and 5G network schedulers of Ericsson and Nokia in the Verizon and T-Mobile US networks — and concluded that, well, 5G has a some growing up to do when it comes to scheduling.
How do you approach network benchmark testing so that it represents the user experience in a way that’s as reflective of real-world conditions as possible? And how do you best test the back-and-forth data transfers that determine the mobile gaming experience but
Verizon and T-Mobile both held lengthy analyst events last week, and both claimed that their particular flavor of midband 5G was superior. The truth, though, appears to lie somewhere in the middle.
Speed, speed and more speed: So much of the consumer expectations, and industry testing and bragging, are focused on the new heights of speed that 5G can achieve. The question of which operator has the fastest 5G network
Here’s a twist on network performance tests of the big three U.S. wireless operators: Fastest doesn’t always mean best. That’s not exactly news, but it’s noteworthy when the winner of a network performance study happens to show up with the slowest network.
PLANO, Texas – Ericsson is once again advancing 5G technology with a new demonstration of its C Band product portfolio proving superior performance by setting the record for peak data rate on a single user device at C Band frequency, exceeding 1.5 Gbps.