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Customers today look for instant gratification, and this is what 5G will provide. Technologies like augmented reality and virtual experiences will all be in real-time, be it gaming exploring or shopping, everything will feel more dynamic and instantaneous
FREMONT, CA: The fifth generation of wireless connectivity is almost here, and if the predictions are correct, then this technology will truly transform how we carry our day to day lives. 5G connectivity will offer internet speeds up to 100 times faster than the existing 4G network. The highlight of the technology remains the low latency, which will increase the efficiency of all sectors where it is implemented. Of course, it will be years before 5G is completely implemented across all industries and regions, but it will change the fundamentals of how we conduct our business.
Today we are surrounded by various devices that help us work more efficiently. Technologies such as smart TVs, connected cars, Amazon Alexa, Google's Home Assistant, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices will all be enhanced further with the advent of 5G. All the technologies in use today are highly dependent upon internet connectivity, and better connectivity means better performance. Instant response and accessibility will become prominent with such devices with the implementation of 5G.
Customers today look for instant gratification, and this is what 5G will provide. Technologies like augmented reality and virtual experiences will all be in real-time, be it gaming exploring or shopping, everything will feel more dynamic and instantaneous. Low latency and high speeds will help reduced lag during AR and VR experiences, milking the last ounce of experience out of them. 5G is here to create a realistic and immersive experience, uninterrupted by delays.
Internet of Things
Smart cities, smart communities, and smart homes are all growing at a quick pace, giving rise to a world genuinely connected by the Internet of Things. We will soon be surrounded by devices that are always connected to the internet. Light bulbs, thermostats, appliances, watches, security cameras, parking meters, street lamps, and even passports can all be monitored using sensors to collect, connect and share data and communicate with the network. Sensors will play a ubiquitous role in collecting data in real-time, making a significant impact on our day to day lives. Planned investments in 5G today will help build communities for tomorrow that are safer, environmentally friendly, and more connected.
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