Malaysia's Digi and ZTE to Run 5G Live Trials of eMBB, FWA, URLLC and MMTC

Malaysia's Digi and ZTE to Run 5G Live Trials of eMBB, FWA, URLLC and MMTC Image Credit: Digi Telecommunications

Digi Telecommunications has signed an agreement with ZTE to further explore the potential of 5G technology in Malaysia.

The partnership will explore several aspects of required collaboration to make 5G technology a reality in Malaysia, including 5G live trials of end-to-end network functions and features, and pilot trials of 5G use cases for enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), Fixed Wireless Access (FWA), Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication (URLLC) and Massive Machine Type Communications (MMTC). The trials will be conducted using low, mid and high 5G spectrum bands.

Kesavan Sivabalan, CTO, Digi
We acknowledge that deploying 5G in Malaysia has to be a multi-party effort, and we look forward to more collaborations such as these to accelerate the adoption of the technology in Malaysia. These trials and demonstrations will give us more insights into what is needed in order to implement 5G according to the needs of the country.

Xiao Ming, SVP of Global Sales, ZTE Corps
ZTE has been working with many mainstream operators globally for 5G innovation and developments, and is pleased to work with Digi to bring its best practices and suitable use cases to Malaysia.

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