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Etisalat UAE and Huawei takes first trial of 6GHz 5G technology



Huawei Etisalat UAE 6GHz 5G

Huawei is keenly focusing on upgrading the level of 5G technology for its consumers. In doing so, the Chinese manufacturer is shaking its hands with several cooperations that can bring innovative ideas. With a new day, here is another news showcasing the association of Huawei and Etisalat UAE for the first trial of the 6GHz 5G spectrum.

Etisalat UAE, also labeled as etisalat by e& has gladly announced the execution of its 6GHz 5G tech with Huawei. Both the parties successfully took the first trial of the respective technology. This was an essential step toward the 5G network and will eventually open new doors for the next-generation technologies and economies of the future.

In today’s era, where everything is running at full speed and demands for high-end network, this initiation was truly needed. Besides, where the 5G tech mainly depends on the mid-band spectrum for secure and long-term performance, 6GHz will add more efficiency to it.

Consequently, 6GHz plays the lead role when it comes to network technology. So far, the smartphone industry has shown rapid growth and evolution. As of now, smart gadgets are much more powerful and complex for both the customer and the company. For easing this complexity to some extent, Huawei and Etisalat have assembled this spectrum.

Huawei Etisalat UAE 6GHz 5G

What is 6GHz?

The 6GHz is a mid-band frequency range that easily balances the coverage and capacity of the network. It expands the bandwidth of 5G tech and improves the network performance for the users. Further, it is capable of reducing the requirement of network density, making 5G connectivity more affordable.

Alongside, with the aid of 6GHz, the operators get chances to bring more innovation and creative applications to the 5G projects. Alternatively, this will facilitate new services and fixed wireless access among consumers and businesses. At the same time, it will also increase productivity, reduce costs, and improve safety.


Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.