Bharati Airtel Displayed 5gIts high-speed, low-latency capabilities to transform the future of video entertainment and take the user experience to the next level.
Using video technology immersed in high-speed 5G test networks, recreates Airtel’s in-stadia experience Kapil DevFamous 175 unbeaten against Zimbabwe during the 1983 Cricket World Cup. A special 175 replay video, in 4K mode, brought to life the important moments of the match, where there was no video footage due to the strike by TV technicians.
With speeds of over 1Gbps and latency of less than 20 ms, more than 50 contemporary users have enjoyed a highly personalized 4K video experience of matches on 5G smartphones, real-time access to multiple camera angles, 360-degree in-stadia view, analysis with shots And statistics.
Airtel has conducted demonstrations at the Network Experience Center in Manesar (Gurugram) using Ericsson 5G radio in NSA and SA mode with over 3500 MHz band test spectrum allocated by the Department of Telecom, Government of India.
Randeep Sekhan, CTO, Bharti Airtel: “Gigabit speeds of 5G and millisecond latency will change the way we entertain ourselves. Through today’s show, we’ve only scratched the surface of the endless possibilities of 5G and the highly personalized immersive experience in the digital world. With 5G-based holograms, we’ll be able to transport virtual avatars anywhere, and it will be a game changer for meetings and conferences, live news, and more. Airtel is fully prepared for 5G in this emerging digital world and is building a solid pipeline of innovative uses for India. We also take this opportunity to thank the Department of Telecom for providing trial spectrum for our technology and use. ”
Earlier this year, Airtel showcased India’s first 5G experience via a live 4G network. It demonstrated India’s first rural 5G trial as well as its first cloud gaming experience in 5G.