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The world's highest mountain get 5G

Take a good look at the video at the top of this article, which is listed on the world's highest mountain. And then try to measure the speed of connection that your cell phone has.

We dare namely to guarantee that if you use the local mobile network, so have researchers and climbers in the impassable terrain on Mount Everest better connections than you.

It is not every day you see a 5G-base station with antennas on the way to the top of Mount Everest. Photo: Huawei

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the Explanation is, of course, to 150 people and 40 oxen to have dragged eight tonnes of equipment up to 6,5 km altitude in order to establish the world's highest 5G network on the world's highest mountain.

Here is now set up five 5G base stations in the 5300, 5800 and 6500 meters altitude.

And it is precisely researchers and others with special needs for a safe and prompt access to the network, which in the future connects to the 5G network, as the chinese Huawei has built, set up and service. And as China Mobile takes care of that drive.

There is already a 4G mobile network in the area, as Huawei has also stood behind the back in 2013. But the new will among other things be able to help with more accurately and effectively identify the area, which a group of researchers is in full swing with.

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There were many 'oksekræfter' to carry the equipment the last piece of the road. Photo: Huawei

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According to Huawei is the new network so quickly, that in just a second can receive or send a file of 1 gigabyte. It is plenty to stream Netflix or make a video call in good quality home for the family.

the Weather in the area was also the tradition, the hard-at both trucks, people and animals. The whole minus 37 degrees report the people behind the construction of. And a last stretch of 1.3 kilometres they had to go, since the trucks had to give up, and the oxen take over.

They can, however, be pleased to 5G-equipped should not be all the way to the top. For so had it required a few kilometres more on foot.

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Here is the equipment reached the target in a 6.5-km altitude. Photo: Huawei

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