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The 5G: a real revolution ?
The industry has been loaded with questions and ideas about customer experience. For the service provider, it’s about faster availability of information to serve the customer and the right products to appeal to targeted segments. As the world explodes with data, the insatiable need for more and more data is growing’s access density’New on-demand information and business models requiring hyper connectivity are putting enormous pressure on telecom operators.
If the’2G and 3G enabled accessibility and 4G allow connectivity anywhere at any time, 5G offers almost limitless communication. 5G is coming at a time when digital disruption is at its peak, and to get the most out of it, a communications provider needs to keep pace. Some say that 5G is no longer a constraint’5G may not be the answer for already stressed operators, but it’s not the only one’is a promising investment.
Why 5G will be a revolution in the world ?
5G will bring drastic improvements in speed, latency, coverage, density and capacity.
5G will bring speeds 10 times faster than 4G.
We have all experienced the joys of’We’ve all experienced the joys and challenges of 5G, and now our cell phones are vying for bandwidth, allowing us to video chat on the go. Imagine download speeds of 100 Mbps or theoretical possibilities of 10 Gbps! Businesses will operate differently and new cases of industrial automation will be boosted’innovative uses will emerge.
Virtual reality simulations, dramatically improved application performance, and real-time video supporting augmented reality will improve the’user experience like never before.
Real experiences, in real time.
When latency drops significantly below 10 ms, the’Industrial automation gets a boost like never before. AI and RPA will support IOT sensors and wireless devices for seamless optimized manufacturing. Financial institutions trading in unimaginable volumes will be able to provide ultra-fast real-time user experience and instant banking experience on their mobile devices.
5G means zero downtime’waiting.
In the hyper-connected world where people, devices and places are constantly exchanging data, communication networks must be planned accordingly. The propagation of data-generating nodes will be uneven and dynamic. Today’s networks can’t support this dynamism, but 5G will, with a density of’one million connections per square kilometer at any given point.
Smart cities, even if they start slowly, will be a natural home for’by 2022. Every streetlight, traffic sign, parking space and meeting room will be able to transmit the information they need’information seamlessly.
interruptions’poor signals and dead spots destroy many of our important voice transactions and conference calls. In 2020, when billions of objects will be connected to the network, the network will need to support this functionality’IOT devices and’As smarter objects automatically deal with each other, the network will need to support this functionality. Current communication technologies have limitations. 5G will address the coverage challenge with smaller cells and beamforming.
Businesses such as those that rely on field services (service delivery for example) and social and security services such as police, which rely heavily on coverage, will have a much easier time operating.
And finally, imagine if bandwidth did not exist’Some say 5G is no longer a constraint. With 100 times the capacity of 4G, 5G will enable collaboration like never before. L’The Internet needs’a platform to generate, analyze and act on massive loads of data, 5G provides this colossal leap in capacity.
Imagine companies that can rely on such capacity and speed and proactively maintain their equipment or manage their resources in real time.
In summary, the needs of 5G stem from the cases of’This is the kind of abuse that new technologies have made possible in the last two years. With an arguably unlimited number of’5G will inspire many more new and innovative ideas for doing business than we ever thought possible’imagine because we were limited by the limits of the networks that connect us. New models of’s business, new types of business’companies will bring a multitude of revenue streams for all industries.
C’That’s why tomorrow’s telecom operators, with a partner ecosystem made up of many different types of operators, will be able to do business in 5G’equipment manufacturers’systems integrators and developers’end users, seek to seize this opportunity by making the necessary investments.