When we think 5G, we think of our iPhones. We’re just praying that we see it, so small, in the top right-hand corner of our cell. Because we can’t stream videos or load our feeds with LTE, right? And please, no green texts.
But similar to IoT, or the Internet of Things, many people don’t understand the way 5G allows our world to operate beyond our iPhones.
Every time you hear an ambulance blaze by, breathe a sigh of relief as your plane lands safely, or watch a smart car park itself–you’re watching 5G in action.
Let’s explore the massive reach of 5G technology.
What is 5G?
5G is the 5th generation mobile network. 1-4G have been around for years with the first being developed in the 1980s. 5G wireless technology delivers more reliability, massive network capacity, increased availability, and better user experience.
The new technology connects new industries to the world like never before.
Let’s talk about how.
Mission-critical communications rely on a network and its infrastructure systems to make the world a better and safer place.
5G guarantees critical infrastructure is extremely reliable and available. Think airport control towers, 9-1-1 call centers, and hospitals that perform life-saving medical treatments.
Business transformation through massive IoT
Internet of Things is a network of connected devices and the technology that facilitates communication between the devices themselves and the cloud.
5G allows IoT to seamlessly connect, transforming the way businesses operate and work throughout the cloud. Not only does it improve processes and productivity, but provides low-cost connectivity solutions. A win-win.
5G has also allowed companies to innovate the way they create products and provide services.
Smart factories, with the use of 5G and IoT, are now able to streamline their processes. Instead of humans performing monotonous, dangerous tasks, production lines are automated and controlled remotely. No need for workers or operators. This saves businesses money, protects employees, and allows for real-time monitoring and diagnostics.
Self-driving cars and transportation systems are also impacted by the use of 5G. The fast speeds and low latency 5G allows for enhanced delivery of data from sensors to operation and then back to the driver, improving performance and safety.
Technology dominates our world and it is only going to continue improving, innovating, and allowing us to experience life in different ways.
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