Dominant Telecom Trends in 2020

By Telecom Tech Outlook | Tuesday, November 10, 2020

5G networks can help in achieving more efficient and detailed augmented as well as virtual realities, higher resolution video, entirely autonomous vehicles, highly connected IoT networks, and more. 5G is the long-awaited change to the telecom sector.

Fremont, CA: In 2020, telecommunications companies have made remarkable technological advancements. The proliferation of IoT and 5G revolution is expected to give the telecom sector a new direction in the.

Let us look at some dominant trends in telecom trends:

5G Networks

5G or 5th generation is the recent advancement of broadband connection. 5G offers three major upgrades to the world. It reduces latency for shorter load times, gives greater speed to access more data, and enhances the ability to connect more devices at once.

5G networks can help in achieving more efficient and detailed augmented as well as virtual realities, higher resolution video, entirely autonomous vehicles, highly connected IoT networks, and more. 5G is the long-awaited change to the telecom sector.

IoT

The IoT refers to a network of connected devices. These devices can communicate with each other with the option of remote controlling and monitoring. By 2021, it is anticipated that there would be nearly 30 billion connected IoT devices worldwide, many of which would be industrial connections, making smart cities smarter.

Smart cities push the advancement of the IoT a step further by enabling an interconnected network that inhabitants can access online, often through a mobile app. A network such as would provide data and communication channels that empower users to be on top of their day-to-day activities, from connecting directly with their government, to instantly securing a parking spot on a busy day.

AI

It is needless to say that AI is the future. It has empowered the telecom industry in various ways, from improving customer service to network optimization. Throughout 2020, some of the major applications of AI have been in these areas. Predictive analytics is another application of AI technology that is ripe with immense potential, especially for the telecom community.