Charter Communications just launched out its gigabit service in Reno-Sparks. This will offer businesses and residents one more alternative for high-speed Internet service in the region. The Spectrum Business Internet Gig for businesses and Spectrum Internet Gig by Charter for residential clients offer connections speeds of almost 1 Gigabit for each second. The service comes without data limitation and will have a price tag of $104.99 on a monthly basis for new residential clients and $249.99 monthly basis for business owners.
The service plans to meet rising user demand for faster broadband speeds and networks, claimed chairman and CEO of Charter Communications, Tom Rutledge, to the media in an interview. “As user requirements for capacity and bandwidth grow, Charter’s network is best-placed to meet these requirements, today and in the coming period,” Rutledge claimed to the media in an interview.
Charter first launched out its gigabit service on December 2017 in Oahu. The number of residential consumers for the service increased to 23 Million by April and has since included almost 10 Million more by August.
On a similar note, Qualcomm appears to have made a huge leap in the segment of 5G network by rolling out the latest antenna modules—QTM052 mmWave. These modules will fundamentally make 5G handsets attain even higher speeds of Internet in a much simpler manner.
This is being dubbed as a huge leap because till now it was hard to tap on the millimeter waves. This was because of the weak signal intervention that might have been simply disturbed by almost any object. The lately-rolled out QTM052 mmWave coupled with sub-6 GHz radio frequency from QPM56xx is stated to have resolved this problem. It can connect precisely with the closest 5G tower by rebounding signals off from surfaces. These modules are claimed to come as a fraction of Snapdragon X50 5G modem by Qualcomm that is planned to come in headsets in the H1 of next year.