In almost real-time mobile experiences with superfast speeds, ultra-low latency and massive bandwidth is based on the promise of the 5G Ultra Wideband service that has just been expanded by Los Angeles.
According to the company, the Californian was the 18 city to receive coverage, which allows 4K videos to be practically transmitted without bfer storage and video chat with almost no delay.
5G Ultra Wideband be available in Downtown, Chinatown, Del Rey and Venice around landmarks such as Grand Park, Los Angeles Convention Center, Union Station, LA Live, Staples Center and Venice Beach Boardwalk.
The maps with the coverage detail will be available on December 20, 2019, the firm added in a publication of its website. When customers move out of the coverage area, the 5G-enabled device will go to the Verizon 4G LTE network, complement.
The service already covers the metropolis of Boston, Houston, Sioux Falls, Dallas, Omaha, Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver, Providence, St. Paul, Atlanta, Detroit, Indianpolis, Washington DC, Phoenix, Boise, Panama City and the city of New York
Verizon plans to have 5G access in more than 30 cities by the end of 2019. Some of those cities include Charlotte, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Des Moines, Little Rock, Memphis and Salt Lake City. Other 5G Ultra Wideband cities will be announced before the end of the year, Aadi.
“Los Angeles is a city where people from all over the world come to innovate and create. In the 21st century, maintaining this requires guaranteeing more inhabitants who are online and connected to the resources they need and deserve, and Verizon has been a relevant partner in that work, ”said Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.
For the president and CEO of the Central City Association, Jessica Lall, "Los Angeles is the place for innovation and global collaboration, as it requires us to rely on a fast technology that allows us to connect with people and content."
“5G Ultra Wideband is an important part of the growth of the smart city, especially in dense urban centers such as downtown, where there is a growing population of residents, workers and visitors who have reliable connections, he concluded.