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Oakleigh Indoor Sports and Inflatable World tests Optus 5G Max Network – iTWire



Australia is on the cusp of delivering 5G to businesses and homes as Oakleigh Indoor Sports and Inflatable World trials a fixed wireless connection powered by the Optus 5G Max network.

Optus says Oakleigh Indoor Sports and Inflatable World in Huntingdale, Melbourne is seeing an initial average download speed of 2.5Gbps. The Optus 5G Max will provide ample capacity to help keep visitors connected and stream live content on screens across the facility in real-time.

“It’s about connecting customers with technology that improves their lives and 5G Max does exactly that, providing the capacity required to have large numbers of devices all connected simultaneously without compromising speed and connectivity,” comments Optus managing director marketing and revenue Matt Williams.

“This limited trial is a fantastic example of how we implement real-life test cases, ensuring that we are delivering the right solution for our customers,” he adds.


Optus says 5G Max uses a mmWave-capable model and an antennae unit installed on the exterior of the premises.

Williams emphasises how 5G Max is beneficial.

“When available commercially, it will help businesses accelerate their digital transformation as Australia focuses attention on its digital economy ambitions. With immense capacity, staggering speed and low latency offered by Optus 5G, businesses will gain the reliability needed to drive innovation with immersive experiences that will allow staff and customers to connect in new ways,” Williams says.

“It’s fantastic to be the first business in Australia equipped with Optus’ fixed wireless mmWave product,” says Oakleigh Indoor Sports and Inflatable World owner Zac Kimmel.

“We get hundreds of visitors to the venue across the weekends so the extra capacity and high speed that this solution is providing our customers has been a real gamechanger. Being able to automate different aspects of our business through mmWave technology is also something that I’m really looking forward to exploring,” Kimmel concludes.

Optus plans to extend this trial to a limited number of participants over the coming weeks through a closed invitation.

This first appeared in the subscription newsletter CommsWire on 30 November 2021.


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Australia is on the cusp of delivering 5G to businesses and homes as Oakleigh Indoor Sports and Inflatable World trials a fixed wireless connection powered by the Optus 5G Max network.

Optus says Oakleigh Indoor Sports and Inflatable World in Huntingdale, Melbourne is seeing an initial average download speed of 2.5Gbps. The Optus 5G Max will provide ample capacity to help keep visitors connected and stream live content on screens across the facility in real-time.

“It’s about connecting customers with technology that improves their lives and 5G Max does exactly that, providing the capacity required to have large numbers of devices all connected simultaneo…….

Australia is on the cusp of delivering 5G to businesses and homes as Oakleigh Indoor Sports and Inflatable World trials a fixed wireless connection powered by the Optus 5G Max network.

Optus says Oakleigh Indoor Sports and Inflatable World in Huntingdale, Melbourne is seeing an initial average download speed of 2.5Gbps. The Optus 5G Max will provide ample capacity to help keep visitors connected and stream live content on screens across the facility in real-time.

“It’s about connecting customers with technology that improves their lives and 5G Max does exactly that, providing the capacity required to have large numbers of devices all connected simultaneo…….

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