Singtel has produced a cinematic effort to portray the extent that you can push the mobile data speeds.
Do check out the behind-the-scenes footage below.
While some may say that the message may not be apparent, I feel that this is a generally good direction that Singtel is going.
Here’s the press release from Singtel.
Singtel today released a film, Data ExStream (https://youtu.be/K-lEDeDlZLI), which demonstrates the speed, coverage, reliability and low latency of the Singtel mobile network by putting it to three extreme tests in real-world conditions. This is the first time that a local telecommunications network has been tested in such a unique manner.
The film features a series of extreme challenges conducted across Singapore to test Singtel’s tri-band 4G+ network. The challenges included Singapore’s world champion fencing star, Lau Ywen, battling through a precarious obstacle course, a rooftop game of whack-a-mole and a series of precision driving stunts performed by renowned Singapore stunt driver, Jason Tan.
Goggles were fitted and customised with two Samsung Galaxy Note 5s – the first device streamed real-time video footage of the challenger’s environments via Singtel’s tri-band 4G+ network and relayed to the second, which served as the challenger’s eyes. Transmission of the images had to be instantaneous for each challenger to accomplish their extreme task.
The success of the challenges hinged on the overall performance of the Singtel mobile network: low latency, high speed, data capacity, and far-reaching coverage. The Singtel network delivered on all accounts and the challengers accomplished their tasks without a hitch.
For more details and a behind-the-scenes video, visit www.singtel.com/4g
Check out more details on Singtel Data ExStream link.