5G the deliverer of a Safer, Faster, More Reliable Internet

We care about our WiFi(Wireless Fidelity). WiFi has in the past decade evolved with the rest of our technology as humans. WiFi keeps us connected to loved ones, co-workers and information among its list of many uses, and now it is proposed to get faster. 5G is the next proposed super connectivity, speeds of over 1 gigabyte per second will be commonplace making room for not only faster searches but also clearer video resolution 4K and 8K possibilities, higher quality audio and less wait time online.

5G technology has been built on the support system of 4G LTE, as it focuses on improving 4G rather than replacing it altogether. 5G connectivity will run on a higher frequency. Higher frequency waves will mean that we will have quicker data, however with great power comes great cost, with the massive increase in connectivity speeds the cost of that Data too will rise. 5G will require less distance between antennae meaning with the introduction of 5G, consumers will start to see possibly multiple antennae in phones, tablets and computers. On the corporate side business owners will have to deploy small receiver cells closer to routers, and must also expect to pay higher data rates.

On the non-consumer market of 5G there is the possibility of pushing technology faster into the future. Faster connectivity allows inventors the possibility of new applications being supported in the areas of robotics, machine control and factory floor automation. 5G will help push forward self-driving cars that can respond and prevent possible accidents within a millisecond. 5G will help automate processes completed by software and hardware. 5G will allow medical devices to transmit split second reports from patients bodies to observing medical professionals, overall it will speed up discussions between corporations and individuals. Sprint’s CTO John Saw recently said in an online blog post “These include technologies you might not think of right off the bat, such as health care devices that continuously send information wirelessly to a control center. It isn’t just about the demands of smartphones, but rather the millions upon millions of smaller connections that will add up to a much greater whole”.

5G is the future, it is projected to be made available in 2020.

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