Huawei provided Monaco Telecom with the 5G equipment needed to deploy its network. The principality can now boast of being the first state in the world to be 100% covered by 5G. It’s Good publicity for Monaco, but also for Huawei.
Monaco Telecom has launched its 5G network on July 9, 2019. The operator already covers the entire limited area (202 hectares) of the principality. Making Monaco the first state in the world with 100% 5G coverage. A good communication shot for the small country, but especially for Huawei, which provided the 5G equipment needed to build the network at Monaco Telecom. As a reminder, a recent study ensures that Huawei has the best 5G technology in the world.
Huawei provides Monaco Telecom with 5G equipment
“We are the first state to be entirely covered by a 5G network,” said Monaco Telecom president Etienne Franzi at the inauguration ceremony. “In Monaco, the 5G is the promise of a better quality of life for all and exceptional opportunities,”. Added the principality’s head of digital transition Frederic Genta.
For Huawei vice president Guo Ping, the rollout in Monaco is a major opportunity despite the small size of the territory. “It allows us to make a shop window in a number of areas, notably linking 5G development to this intelligent state. “It can serve as a model for other operators and states,” he added.
South Korea has already announced complete nationwide 5G coverage. In Europe smaller nations like Switzerland, Finland has just started deploying the technology. Germany is only now handing out frequencies to operators. France should follow in the final quarter of the year. In the UK and Spain, 5G offers have started in some cities.