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5G for the district of Gifhorn: Vodafone is expanding infrastructure
05.03.2021 – 09:33
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Düsseldorf, March 5th, 2021. Milestone in the infrastructure project “5G for the district of Gifhorn”: Vodafone has put a new 5G mobile radio station into operation in Wittingen and is supplying the first residents of the village and their guests with the new broadband technology 5G. 5G technology will be installed at five other Vodafone locations in the district by mid-2021. These 5G construction projects are being implemented in Meinersen, Hillerse, Groß Oesingen, Wittingen and Sprakensehl. The medium-term goal is to connect the entire population in the district to the 5G network - as is almost the case today with cellular phone coverage with voice (GSM = 2G) and with LTE (= 4G) mobile broadband technology.
In order to create a nationwide 5G network, Vodafone will initially use the existing mobile network infrastructure to a large extent and, wherever possible, put its 5G antennas into operation at the existing locations in the district. The 53 existing cell phone stations in the district are gradually being upgraded by installing additional 5G technology there - for example on masts, observation towers, church towers and on the roofs of town halls, office buildings and residential buildings. This will happen station by station over the next few years.
The advantages of 5G
In terms of mobile data traffic, 5G covers all the advantages of the mobile broadband technology LTE - but at a significantly higher speed: Customers can surf the Internet and use mobile data services. For example, you can quickly download HD films, enjoy videos in HD quality and follow major sports and cultural events in the live stream. However, 5G delivers higher speeds than LTE and even lower latency times in the millisecond range. In the future, this will enable applications such as self-driving cars that communicate with each other.
In the vicinity of the 5G stations, the new broadband technology can be used by everyone on site - provided the customer has a corresponding 5G device and a current contract from Vodafone. Various 5G smartphone models are available for on the go or a 5G router for at home. Several (up to 64) end devices - smartphones, tablets, notebooks, televisions, etc. - can be connected to the 5G broadband Internet at the same time via each 5G router. This means that 5G is an alternative to slow DSL lines in the area around the stations for Internet supply.
The potential of 5G
5G can also become a network revolution that brings new products with it for numerous sectors and industries and makes our everyday lives more livable in many areas. With 5G, we will arrive in real time in perspective. This is what makes autonomous driving possible, for example. Because only delay-free information enables a world without traffic lights, traffic jams and traffic deaths. The same applies to telemedicine. With 5G, services will emerge that we cannot yet imagine - in addition to the automotive industry, road traffic and healthcare, also in areas such as agriculture and forestry, education, machine industry, logistics, shipping and many other industries.
The further expansion of mobile communications in the Gifhorn district
Currently, 99.9 percent of the population in the district are connected to the Vodafone mobile network and 99.9 percent of the residents are connected to the LTE mobile broadband network. By mid-2021, Vodafone will complete three more LTE construction projects in the district. We will install additional LTE antennas at an existing LTE station in Sprakensehl in order to increase the capacities and speeds in the catchment area of these LTE stations.
Vodafone Germany | who we are
Vodafone is one of the leading communications groups. Every second German is a Vodafone customer - whether he is surfing, talking on the phone or watching TV; whether it connects offices, farms or factories with Vodafone technology. The Düsseldorf-based company delivers the Internet, mobile communications, landline network and television from a single source. As a digitization partner of the German economy, Vodafone counts start-ups, medium-sized companies as well as DAX corporations among its customers. Vodafone is # 1 in German mobile communications: No other company in Germany networks more people and machines via its mobile network. No other German company offers more gigabit connections in the fixed network than the Düsseldorf company. And no other company has more television customers in the country. With over 57 million mobile phone cards, almost 11 million broadband customers, 13.5 million television customers and numerous digital solutions, Vodafone Germany and its around 16,000 employees generate total annual sales of around 12 billion euros. As a gigabit company, Vodafone is pushing the infrastructure expansion in Germany: Today, Vodafone reaches almost 24 million households in its nationwide fiber optic cable network, over 22 million of them at gigabit speed. By 2022, Vodafone will provide two thirds of all Germans with gigabit connections. With its 4G network, Vodafone reaches more than 98% of all households in Germany. Vodafone's machine network (Narrowband IoT) for industry and business transmits to almost 97% of the German area. Vodafone has also been operating the first 5G network in Germany since mid-2019, reaching around 16 million people. In 2021, Vodafone will expand 5G to 30 million people. With a share of around 30% of total sales, Vodafone Germany is the largest national company of the Vodafone Group, one of the largest telecommunications groups in the world. Vodafone has over 300 million mobile phone customers, more than 27 million landline customers, over 22 million TV customers and connects more than 118 million devices with the Internet of Things. Vodafone connects people and machines worldwide. And thus creates a better future for everyone. Because: Technology paves the way for a digital tomorrow. To this end, Vodafone is working to operate its business sustainably and to protect the environment. Vodafone uses green electricity, electrifies its vehicle fleet, relies on a green supply chain and ensures that 100% of its network technology is reused, resold or recycled. Diversity is firmly anchored in Vodafone's corporate culture and is promoted through numerous measures. This includes offers for the compatibility of family and work as well as networks for women, fathers or LGBT’s through to diversity training for managers. Vodafone respects and values all people: regardless of ethnic origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, belief, culture or religion.
Further information: www.vodafone-deutschland.de or www.vodafone.com.Media contact Vodafone Kommunikation +49 211 533-5500 [email protected]
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