Chinese companies China Mobile and Huawei have started Five G Internet at the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest.
China Mobile and Huawei have built the base station of Five G Internet at an altitude of 6,500 meters on the Tibet side of Everest. Which is the highest G Five station in the world?
With the launch of the Gigabit optical fiber network at an altitude of 6,500 meters, China Mobile will now be able to perform its dual Gigabit network as far as Everest, according to Huawei.
The base station of China Mobile’s dual gigabit network is located at an altitude of 5,300 meters. Similarly, the transition camp is at an altitude of 5,800 meters.
Dozens of network experts have been deployed in the construction and operation of the Five G network, which has been extended to the heights of Everest, and the network will be available round the clock, Huawei said.
According to Huawei, the download speed of the Five G network in the base camp area is 1.66 gigabits per second and the upload speed is 215 megabits per second.
On the occasion of the 60th ceremony of the first ascent of Mount Everest from North Mohoda, China has brought Five G Internet to the summit of Mount Everest.
Huawei says that the availability of the Five G network in Everest will also help inaccurate measurements of the height of Everest.