5G is getting more and more spoken about on a daily basis, but what is it?
5G is the 5th generation of mobile networks. 5G has been designed to meet the very large growth in data and connectivity of today’s modern society. 5G will initially operate in conjunction with 4G networks before it works on a standalone network.
A very big advantage of 5G is that there will be a faster response time. 5G will provide the speed, low latency and connectivity to enable a new generation of application, services and business opportunities that have not been seen before.
The higher the G the faster the connection, the G Stands for generation. A lot of people think that because it is just the next generation the only change is that it will be faster or even a little more reliable, but actually you are wrong 5G is a massive break through. 5G will change the way devices connect to the internet and more importantly each other.
5G will change anything with a wireless connection which is a lot more these days. 5G has a low latency rate which is the amount of delay from the sending and receiving of information, this will replace real time interaction with no lag.
5G will help the future, but there is a big drawback it uses shorter waves and higher frequency this doesn’t go that far meaning we will need to build more transmitters a lot more, transmitters will have to be built every couple of hundred meters but you will be able to pack more devices into one area.
It has said to be fully rolled out by March 2020, if you would like to find out more about what network will suite your business best, please don’t hesitate to contact us today on 01392 824 022 or email us at email@example.com.