The commercial use of 5G networks is starting in the world, and this was the opportunity to talk to Zhang Heng, CEO of Huawei Technologies Croatia, who points out that many applications are expected in various segments of the economy of smart manufacturing, remote health care, smart agriculture. He points out that 5G will have a big impact on fixed wireless access.
The Town of Donja Stubica and the municipalities of Bistra and Dugopolje are part of the cities and municipalities which, as part of the WiFi4EU initiative, were awarded a voucher in the amount of €15,000.
As a direct result of crises, Hrvatski Telekom total consolidated net revenue decreased by HRK 221 million or 3.9% in 9M 2020 compared to 9M 2019. The revenue decrease was caused by lower realization in mobile revenue (HRK 175 million or 6.7%), fixed revenue (HRK 138 million or 5.5%), and miscellaneous revenue (HRK 11 million or 93.5%) but was partially offset by higher System Solutions (HRK 103 million or 18.3%).
Hrvatski Telekom is the first to launch a commercial 5G network, which is the foundation of the future technological development of the economy and society. At the moment, the 5G network is available in areas of Zagreb, Rijeka, Split, Osijek, Samobor and Sveta Nedelja. With 5G, Hrvatski Telekom is building a network of the future that will enable the connection and automation of numerous sensors, industrial devices, autonomous vehicles, drones, as well as the advances in telemedicine. In selected tariffs Hrvatski Telekom, without additional charges until June 10, 2021, offers all of its customers the possibility to use the 5G network, in by 5G covered areas and with use of a compatible 5G device.
Deutsche Telekom and Stratospheric Platforms Limited (SPL) conducted the first successful demonstration of LTE/4G voice and data connectivity over a platform flying at the edge of the stratosphere and fully integrated into a commercial mobile network.