Bluesky Launches 5G NSA Network in American Samoa with Ericsson’s Support

At an event celebrating their 25th anniversary, Bluesky, a network and telecommunications service provider in the U.S. Territory of American Samoa, together with Ericsson, unveiled their latest advancement: a new 5G non-standalone (NSA) network. This network introduces practical 5G functionalities, offering improved connectivity and quicker data speeds, representing a major step forward in the field of telecommunications.

In 2022, Bluesky teamed up with Ericsson, launching a comprehensive modernization project that incorporates the Ericsson Radio System, Cloud Core, Cloud Unified Data Management, and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) solutions, along with a cloud execution environment. This initiative supports 3G, 4G, and 5G Non-standalone connections, marking a significant milestone for Bluesky. Thanks to this modernization, Bluesky is now equipped to deliver 5G capabilities, leading to enhanced mobile broadband and an improved experience for users.

During the unveiling of Bluesky’s 5G network, Ericsson took the stage to display its state-of-the-art technology through various live demonstrations. The audience had the unique opportunity to see a holographic video call in action, marvel at a 5G race car equipped with a latency network simulator, and observe a cutting-edge, 5G-powered robotic quadruped. These showcases were designed to highlight the practical uses and impressive capabilities of the new network.

The groundbreaking technology was brought to life for attendees at the Rex Lee Auditorium in Utulei. Furthermore, Bluesky extended an invitation to the general public to experience the 5G product demonstrations firsthand at their retail location in Nu’uuli. This event offered people the chance to delve into the innovative demos, interact with experts, and learn about the revolutionary impact of the newly introduced network.


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