According to new information, Korean carrier SK Telecom has agreed to cooperate with Nokia, Ericsson to upgrade the country's 5G commercial mobile network and develop technologies related to 6G.
Currently, although the 5G network has only been deployed in a number of countries, the Korean telecommunications agency wants to go one step ahead and lay the foundation for a solid future deployment.
Accordingly, SKT CEO Park Jeong-Ho met with colleagues Tommi Uitto from Nokia Mobile Network and Per Narvinger from Ericsson to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to develop the common technology. Both agreements are part of a larger cooperation between the Korean government and the two Nordic countries.
The main objective of these agreements is to lay the groundwork for the next generation of network research and development as well as improve the Korean carrier's existing 5G infrastructure capabilities. Going into more details, SKT is seeking to explore 6G requirements and develop a new business model to deploy next generation networks.
In addition, SKT will work closely with the two companies to improve latency on existing networks as well as bring independent commercial 5G networks with 28GHz band support.
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