ZTE and du demo 5G live hologram in Dubai

3D hologram requires ultra-broadband and extremely low latency

Technology required for 5G hologram signal transmission is possible through du’s 5G network.
Technology required for 5G hologram signal transmission is possible through du’s 5G network.

ZTE and du have demoed a 5G live 3D hologram in Dubai.

Unlike flat screen projection, a 3D hologram can be viewed from a 360 degree angle. The 3D hologram demo requires ultra-broadband and extremely low latency for signal transmission which is possible through du’s 5G network.

"The revolutionary power of du’s 5G network is enabling a new era of connectivity and an array of endless possibilities. du is committed to playing a pioneering role when it comes to making 5G available for the next generation of real world applications. We are moving to enable the full benefits of 5G with the standalone architecture, which is why this holographic application is a concrete demonstration of what 5G will bring to the UAE’s industry verticals, government entities, and to wider society,” Saleem Alblooshi, chief technology officer of EITC said.

du is one of the very first operators deploying 5G in the region. During the initial 5G rollout period, du choose ZTE Axon 10 Pro 5G as the first 5G handset to be launched in the UAE.

"ZTE is a pioneer in the 5G era. We continue to bring the best technology to the region and to build the ecosystem with our strong partners. We believe 5G will bring significant economic value to this region and will be a major factor in the industry 4.0 transformation," said Jacky Wu, chief technology officer for ZTE Middle East and Africa.

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