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Samsung And NEC Announce 5G Partnership


Samsung electronics has just announced a 5G partnership with NEC in a bid to explore new business opportunities in the global market. The partnerhip will be a joint effort between the two companies with the aim of strengthing the next generation business which includes 5G.

The awareness of 5G is rising continously among companies, earlier this year, Nokia, the finnish company was the first to announce a partnership with Bharti communications with the aim of developping 5G connectivity across India.

The joint effort between the two companies is expected to result in the introduction of high class technology and intelligent expertise in the 5G connectivity solution. The companies can boost the 5G innovation with this joint effort.

The partnership will offer the best solutions to mobile 5G network connectivity across regions efficiently.

The transition from 4G network connectivity to 5G is high as telecom companies worldwide are pushing to embrace the 5G model. With the current drive, 5G connectivity will soon cover major territories.

Samsung is working hard to improve its business model which has led to the partnership with NEC.

NEC is a Japanese IT service provider that provides IT network solutions to business enterprises. The company is the biggest PC vendor in Japan since the 1980s. With headquarters in Tokyo, the company hopes to provide the best in 5G business model with the partnership with Samsung.

The two Companies hope’s to provide 5G network connectivity with global standard. With 5G network connectivity, new potentials will be unlocked and limits will be pushed away.

According to Youngky Kim, We are excited to announce our joint efforts with NEC to boost 5G end-to-end solution portfolio for the best user experience. (President and Head of Networks Business at Samsung Electronics.)

Currently 5G has been commercialized in the US by samsung and the new partnership with NEC, new ideas will be brought inorder to boost the 5G network connectivity. – Tech


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