DOCOMO to Deliver Transformative Mobile Experiences and Multi-Gigabit 5G Speeds
The new collaboration allows customers to enjoy superior 5G service together with exciting mobile experiences.
FREMONT, CA: Qualcomm Technologies and NTT DOCOMO announce that they have together allowed the world's first commercialization of 5G sub-6 GHz carrier aggregation (sub6-CA) in Japan, effective immediately, to bring multi-gigabit mobile experiences to DOCOMO customers. Implementation of 5G carrier aggregation, a vital capability in 5G specifications, allows customers to enjoy the enhanced performance on DOCOMO's quickly evolving 5G network.
Using DOCOMO's latest 5G network and select devices fueled by the Qualcomm SnapdragonTM 865 Mobile Platform with the Snapdragon X55 5G Modem-RF System, customers can enjoy mobile download speeds of up to 4.2 Gbps - the fastest speeds available in Japan. This is achieved through 5G sub-6 GHz carrier aggregation, which combines a 100 MHz carrier in-band n78 and a 100 MHz carrier in-band n79 to boost 5G performance and network capacity leveraging DOCOMO's diverse spectrum assets.
The implementation of 5G Sub6-CA, along with 5G mmWave 28 GHz band that DOCOMO began operating commercially in September, will roll out the full potential of 5G and allow the accelerated deployment of DOCOMO's 5G service areas. By offering access to breakthrough technologies like 5G carrier aggregation, the company enables consumers and companies throughout Japan to access faster connectivity, enhanced capacity, and better reliability.
In collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies, DOCOMO are pleased to start delivering this advanced and groundbreaking mobile technology to our customers nationwide. DOCOMO subscribers can enjoy superior 5G service together with improved mobile experiences. Moreover, by creating a new standard of possibility for the industry, the company is proud to initiate a new era of connectivity in Japan.
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