Do you have plans for a 5G project and need a test environment?
Telindus is launching its unique 5G innovation platform for Luxembourg companies which lets you validate your 5G projects in practice and gain experience before making further investments.
The 5G innovation platform is a future-oriented 5G standalone private network based on both a 700 and a 3500 MHz spectrum. In a 5G standalone network, 5G is solely responsible for providing entirely new applications that are not possible with 4G. We can also work with a 5G non-standalone network where 5G and 4G work together using 4G infrastructure.
It is an environment where companies can validate their 5G projects in practice, and from any location where there is 5G coverage, now or in the future. In this way, we offer our customers the experience of a 5G private network before they have to make major investments.
Customers can connect to this network from any location that currently has 5G coverage,
including their own site if there is 5G coverage.
We also created a test site at our headquarters in Luxembourg for customers who do not yet have 5G coverage so that they, too, can test their projects.
Telindus either provides access to a range of tested 5G devices or the customer can choose to work with their own equipment. If the customer wishes to use their own equipment, we will test this on the innovation platform before proceeding.
In addition to 5G, we also contribute the necessary knowledge and expertise in security, IoT, cloud and edge computing. If necessary, we also involve our partners, for example for augmented reality, drones and industrial automation.
This same platform has been deployed in Belgium for Proximus customers and the
interested raised by it is already huge. Amongst the selected projects we can
mention the projection of architectural plans in augmented reality on a building
shell together with our partner Mr Watts and the company B&R Bouwgroep - Hooyberghs.
Here, 5G brings the necessary speed and flexibility to send these images in real time to the HoloLens so that an architect can walk through the shell and view and validate the plans in a new dimension.
of 5G for Proximus