Bahrain, with population as large as 1.5 million people has managed to offer a nation-wide 5G network coverage. Two out of its three telecom companies can offer 5G to Kingdom’s 1.5m population.
Bahrain is fully 5G compatible, which the country hopes will help it attract more data-focused tech firms to set up base there. According to its Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications, the entire 1.5 million population can now access the super-fast service. The businesses and industries will have the quickest take up on priority.
Bahrain has managed to offer a nation-wide 5G network coverage. Two out of its three telecom companies can offer 5G to 1.5m population.
Having touched the full coverage, Bahrain’s people have the opportunity for streaming, gaming and supply chain technologies. This is the new wave of technological advancement and multiple digital opportunities for people.
The Gulf state expects to attract more tech firms focused on data-driven services in the region. Amazon Web Services has launched the region’s first hyper-scale data centre in the Kingdom last year.
Kamal bin Ahmed Mohamed, Bahrain’s Minister of Transportation and Telecommunications, said in a statement: “We are continually striving to ensure the availability and deployment of commercial 5G services and enhancing readiness for next generation ICT services such as the Internet of Things and machine-to-machine communications.”
Undoubtedly, the 5G network coverage will give a boost to Bahrain’s businesses and industries as they will become technologically faster and efficient. Bahrain’s people will also enjoy its perks by using 5G network for their various purposes.