Samsung Electronics announced that it has verified 5G networking slicing technology with Japanese telco KDDI on Wednesday.
The test proved that its network slicing technology could allow services to move back and forth with the ultra-fast virtual network and the ultra-low latency virtual network stably, Samsung said.
The pair will propose their results as standard to a global international organization, the South Korean tech giant said.
They tested the technology at a lab in Tokyo using a RAN intelligent controller with a handset, 5G base station and 5G standalone core equipment, Samsung said.
Samsung will take a leading role in developing 5G technology going forward, it said in a statement.
KDDI, which rolled out its 5G network in March, will be able to provide innovative service through the technology, the telco said.