Latest Telecom Trends in 2020

By Telecom Tech Outlook | Tuesday, November 17, 2020

5G has been one of the most talked-about trends in the telecom industry for some time now. The high bandwidth, low-latency telecommunications technology is expected to increase network coverage and also resolve connectivity issues.

Fremont, CA: It will not be an exaggeration to say that the future is technology. With each passing year, humans are becoming more dependent on tech devices, from smartphones to smartwatch. New technologies such as AI, ML, 5G, IoT, and more are purposed to make human’s living effortless and convenient. Rapid technological advancements have also brought ground-breaking changes in the field of telecommunication.

Let us look at the latest telecom trends:

5G

5G has been one of the most talked-about trends in the telecom industry for some time now. The high bandwidth, low-latency telecommunications technology is expected to increase network coverage and also resolve connectivity issues. Above all, it would open the door to more technological innovations such as AI, edge computing, and machine learning to become an integral part of applications and processes provided to the end-consumer. In order to clear the way for such digital enablement, enterprises and governments would need to form strong partnerships and tech integrations with telecom companies.

AI

AI is about to play another important role in the future of the telecom sector. AI, ML, and RPA have already found their way to this sector and are being extensively utilized by telecom companies. Artificial Intelligence has transformed almost every aspect of the telecom business in the telecom business, from marketing and customer experience to end-user service delivery. Telecom companies are trying to improve processes as well as streamline workflows for enabling effective and efficient operations.

IoT

Telecom companies and other related industries, such as mobility solutions and chipset manufacturing, have been eagerly following up on the developments in the IoT space. This is because of the huge potential Iot has to reshape the telecom industry. IoT-led solutions will offer telecom operators a better remote overview of their base station and data center operations.