Deutsche Telekom highlighted that its 5G network presently covers 96% of the German population
German telco Deutsche Telekom stated it has actually accomplished its targets in regards to fiber optic release. The provider stated it made more than 2.5 million brand-new fiber optic connections possible in 2023.
The operator kept in mind that an overall of 8 million homes in the nation now have access to a fiber optic connection.
Deutsche Telekom’s fiber optic network covers around 730,000 kilometers and the telco discussed that it has actually now linked 3,000 industrial locations to the fiber optic network.
” Telekom will continue to accelerate its growth in the coming year. The objective is to as soon as again bring fiber to more than 2.5 million brand-new homes. Telekom wishes to attain the of 10 million fiber optic connections by 2024,” the operator stated in a release.
Deutsche Telekom validated it anticipates to release its 5G Standalone (5G SA) providing to personal consumers in Germany next year.
The provider likewise highlighted that its 5G network presently covers 96% of the German population. Deutsche Telekom’s 5G network has 80,000 5G antennas, consisting of over 10,000 antennas transferring on the 3.6 GHz band in more than 800 cities and towns throughout the nation.
The operator’s 5G innovation is presently providing download speeds of approximately 1 Gbps which the telco anticipates to reach 99% of the population in Germany with 5G by 2025.
The telco likewise started the release of Open RAN (O-RAN) in Germany in December, in partnership with Nokia and Fujitsu. The telco anticipates to have 3,000 O-RAN suitable antennas by the end of 2026.
Deutsche Telekom likewise stated it has actually carried out 53 school networks throughout Germany.
In August, Deutsche Telekom stated it has actually currently linked 83% of all 5G mobile interactions places across the country with optical fiber.
The telco likewise stated that more than 10,000 5G mobile websites now have fiber optic connections with a speed of 10 Gbits, representing around 40% of all 5G mobile radio systems. By 2026, Deutsche Telekom will gear up more than 28,000 mobile phone websites with high-speed connections at 10 Gbits.
The telco likewise highlighted that 5G antennas on the 3.6 GHz frequency are especially effective since they are nearly solely linked to the transportation network with a 10 Gbits connection by means of optical fiber.
The telco included that the 3.6 GHz frequency band supplements the 5G frequencies in the 700 MHz and 2.1 GHz variety, which are currently in usage across the country in the Deutsche Telekom network. Specifically in largely inhabited locations, the 3.6 GHz frequencies make sure especially high download speeds and smooth smart phone protection, the provider stated.