Fox Sports and Fox Innovation Lab, alongside AT&T, Ericsson and Intel, are offering up some details on their 5G livestreaming trial from the U.S. Open in June.

To demonstrate how use mmWave 5G cellular technology can be used to stream 4K video for nationwide broadcasts—in this case a golf tournament—AT&T provided the required spectrum; Ericsson provided the 5G network equipment and 4K video encoder and decoder; and Intel supplied its Mobile Trial Platform, working as the 5G modem.

“The collaboration with Fox Sports, AT&T and Ericsson to ‘unplug the wires’ at the U.S. Open Golf Tournament and broadcast the golf action on DirecTV is just an example of what can be achieved with mmWave spectrum for extreme capacity and throughput,” said Asha Keddy, vice president and general manager of Next Generation and Standards at Intel, in a statement.

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