Sam­sung to show­case at Mo­bile World Congress

The Pak Banker - - COMPANIES/BOSS -

Sam­sung ready to show­case the lat­est at Mo­bile World Con­gressSam­sung Elec­tron­ics will show­case 4G LTE and ad­vanced mo­bile tech­nolo­gies that pave the way to­wards a 5G fu­ture at this year's Mo­bile World Congress (MWC).

To pro­vide ul­tra- fast mo­bile com­mu­ni­ca­tion with re­li­able mo­bil­ity and ar­chi­tec­tural flex­i­bil­ity, Sam­sung is also in­tro­duc­ing mul­ti­link con­nec­tiv­ity tech­nol­ogy, cen­tralised ra­dio, In­ter­net of Things, and mmWave ra­dio ac­cess so­lu­tions.

"The evo­lu­tion of com­mu­ni­ca­tion tech­nolo­gies has trans­formed the way peo­ple live their lives," said Youngky Kim, Pres­i­dent and Head of Net­works Busi­ness at Sam­sung Elec­tron­ics. "5G tech­nol­ogy will of­fer us a new level of ex­pe­ri­ence, which is im­mer­sive, tac­tile and ubiq­ui­tous. Thanks to seam­less mo­bil­ity, higher through­put and low la­tency of 5G tech­nol­ogy, new ser­vices like holo­gram calls, vir­tual re­al­ity broad­cast­ing of live foot­ball games and self-driv­ing cars will en­rich our lives." he added.

At MWC 2016, Sam­sung will make 5G tech­nol­ogy a re­al­ity by in­tro­duc­ing re­li­able mo­bil­ity and fea­si­bil­ity to utilise spec­trums above 6GHz. Sam­sung will demon­strate the ca­pa­bil­ity of the tech­nol­ogy by trans­mit­ting eight Ul­tra High-Def­i­ni­tion 4K videos over the air with­out de­lays. The com­pany will si­mul­ta­ne­ously use its mmWave ra­dio sys­tem for spec­trums above 6GHz. This will show a low la­tency of less than one mil­lisec­ond and a high speed data com­mu­ni­ca­tion in gi­ga­bit through­put.

In ad­di­tion, Sam­sung will in­tro­duce world's first mo­bile han­dover test us­ing the mmWave ra­dio sys­tem and smart­phone-in­te­grated, mul­ti­ple an­tenna mod­ules in a small form fac­tor. It is an­other foot­step to­ward re­al­iza­tion of 5G tech­nol­ogy into re­al­ity that no one has not yet in­tro­duced.

wTo ad­dress th­ese chal­lenges, Sam­sung will present a range of new so­lu­tions, in­clud­ing LTE-Un­li­censed (LTE-U) / Li­cense As­sisted Ac­cess (LAA), Multi-Path Trans­fer Con­trol Pro­to­col (MP-TCP), D-RAN In­ter­site Car­rier Ag­gre­ga­tion and Sam­sung Smart Multi-Linktm.

Sam­sung is also in­tro­duc­ing Smart Multi-Link for the first time, based on its Uni­fied Core ar­chi­tec­ture. This is de­signed to sup­port back­ward and for­ward com­pat­i­bil­ity, in­cor­po­rat­ing 2G to 5G tech­nol­ogy, in ad­di­tion to em­brac­ing non-3GPP stan­dard tech­nolo­gies.

The key lineup of Sam­sung IoT so­lu­tions will be seen at this year's MWC as well; in­clud­ing IoT Core, Gate­ways and var­i­ous ra­dio ac­cess so­lu­tions such as a stand­alone IoT base sta­tion, IoT in­te­grated Dig­i­tal Unit (DU) and LoRaTM based Un­li­censed Low Power Wide Area (LPWA).

Sam­sung will also in­tro­duce its Mis­sion-Crit­i­cal IoT ser­vice, a new use case in­cor­po­rated with Pub­lic Safety- LTE. As a to­tal so­lu­tion provider of con­sumer elec­tron­ics and car­rier so­lu­tions, Sam­sung can pro­vide a com­plete pack­age of Mis­sion-Crit­i­cal IoT ser­vices, even in­clud­ing a di­verse range of sen­sors and devices.

Sam­sung will demon­strate its live Push-to-Talk ser­vices with mul­ti­ple hand­held devices, to show a typ­i­cal emer­gency use case. In par­tic­u­lar, this demon­stra­tion will be show­cased with Evolved Mul­ti­me­dia Broad­cast Mul­ti­cast Ser­vices (eMBMS), which en­ables HD videos and im­ages to be broad­cast to mul­ti­ple devices in­stantly with min­imised net­work re­sources. And with a vir­tu­al­ized core so­lu­tion, a sin­gle PS-LTE net­work can be con­fig­ured and op­er­ated in­de­pen­dently for each govern­ment agency such as the po­lice, fire ser­vices and na­tional rail­ways, while be­ing con­trolled ef­fi­ciently from a sin­gle point at the main con­trol cen­ter.

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