Du, a subsidiary of the Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company, announced yesterday that its fifth generation network recorded the highest average speed in the UAE, according to the results of tests conducted by independent bodies.
The company indicated in a statement that this achievement comes as a result of the efforts it made during the last period and the huge investments it injected to develop the fifth generation network, and to ensure that it enjoys a high level of performance and efficiency in a manner that ensures harnessing the fifth generation network and employing the capabilities it offers in order to support economic and social progress on the The state level, and customers’ access to high-quality communication services, and it is expected to expand the scope of the fifth generation network to include 90% of the UAE population by the end of 2021.
Fahd Al-Hasawi, CEO of Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company, said, “The fifth generation technology constitutes a fundamental pillar to support the development of the telecommunications sector and various other business sectors, in addition to its role in enhancing the status of the state.”
He added that, according to the results of tests conducted by independent bodies to measure the performance and coverage of the fifth generation network from “du” during the second and third quarters of this year, the “du” network recorded the highest average rate of fifth-generation speeds in the UAE.
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