FiveG Internet to the highest peak, Mount Everest

China has brought FiveG Internet to the highest peak, Mount Everest. FiveG service has come into operation in the Everest region from noon on Thursday in a joint effort of China Mobile and Huawei.

FiveG mobile service has been launched at an altitude of 6,500 meters above Mount Everest, according to China Daily. The Chinese team from Tibet has connected the FiveG network.

Along with FiveG, the use of Gigabit optical fiber network at an altitude of 6500 meters has also been successful. Huawei has assisted China Mobile in launching a dual gigabyte network at the world's peak.

Huawei says it has provided end-to-end solutions to build China Mobile's dual gigabyte network. The base station is located at an altitude of 5300 meters at the Everest Wescamp, while the transition camp is at an altitude of 5800 meters and the forward camp is at 6500 meters.

The base station uses Huawei's FiveG AAU and SPN technology. Dozens of network experts worked 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at an altitude of 5,300 meters for network maintenance and optimization.

Necessary equipment including antennas, towers, solar and other necessary items were transported by the smugglers and Chinese porters. The launch of the FiveG service on Mount Everest will facilitate scientific studies, environmental monitoring and monitoring of activities on Mount Everest, according to China Daily.
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