Is 5G The Future of Businesses?

Is 5G The Future of Businesses?

By Enterprise Networking Mag | Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Using 5G wireless, cloud, and internet of things is not the future; it is here. They have held hands to bring the best for the business and industries worldwide.

FREMONT, CA: The most important promise made by the the telecommunications service providers, the transmission equipment makers, the antenna manufacturers, and even the server manufacturers is 5G wireless technology. The transformation, like all others, will be subsidized. The starting costs of these 5G infrastructure improvements can be enormous, and consumers have already demonstrated their intolerance for the rate hikes. To recover these costs, the telcos will need to offer new service classes to new customer segments, for which the 5G has made provisions. Clients have to believe 5G wireless is capable of performing actions that were impossible for 4G.

The internet is not only for the conduit for the content but also the facilitator of connectivity in wide-area networks (WAN). 5G wireless offers the potential for distributed cloud computing services much closer to customers than most of Amazon's, Google's, or Microsoft's hyperscale data centers. Therefore, the 5G could make telcos into competitors with these cloud providers, particularly for high-intensity, critical workloads. If latencies can be removed just enough, applications that currently require PCs could be relocated to smaller devices, perhaps even mobile devices that, unto themselves, have less processing power than the average smartphone. Top 10 Enterprise Networking Solution Companies in Europe - 2019

A cloud-based server to offer a believable, real-time sensory environment to a wireless user, as mobile processor maker Also, the compute-intensive nature of an AR workload may mandate that such workloads be directed to servers stationed closer to their users. In systems that are relatively unencumbered by similar workloads being processed for other users. In other words, AR and VR may be better suited to small cell deployments anyway.

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