5G : The Next Generation of the Connectivity


What is 5G?


5G is the new generation of mobile Internet connections, offering faster speeds and more reliable connections than ever before to smartphones and other devices.

By combining the latest network technologies and the latest research, 5G needs to provide faster connections than current connections, with an average download speed of up to 1 Gbps and is expected to become the norm soon.

These networks will help increase the power of Internet technology and provide the infrastructure to transport large amounts of data, enabling a smarter, more connected world.

5G networks should be launched worldwide by 2020, with well-developed development by 2020, in conjunction with current 3G and 4G technology, to provide faster connections to stay online wherever you are.

Benefits of 5G :

Like all previous generations, the 5G will be much faster than the previous 4G generation.

This should help increase productivity on all devices capable of theoretically downloading 10,000 Mbps.

"The current 4G standards for mobile phones have the ability to provide 100 seconds of megabits per second. Offers 5G to transfer several gigabytes per second, which poses the "Gigabit Smartphone" We hope there will be a large number of innovative services and applications that need a certain type of contact "Only the 5G can deliver, "said Paul Jainham, senior director of EMEA SP Marketing at Juniper Networks.

In addition, with increased bandwidth, downloading is faster and the ability to run the most complex mobile Internet applications.

5G faults :

However, the cost of the fifth generation will be more expensive and, although new mobile phones are likely to be integrated, other mobile phones may be considered obsolete.

A reliable wireless Internet connection may depend on the number of devices connected to a single channel. With the addition of 5G to the radio spectrum, this could expose us to overcrowding.

The problems with 4G and 3G do not fill us with hope in broadband.

For a long time (and still is), some mobile phones and parts of the UK do not support or have access to 4G connections, so the 5G offer is probably very incomplete.

The future of 5G:

As 5G is still in development, it is not yet open to use. However, many companies have started to create 5G products and test them in the field.

The strengths of 5G technologies are Nokia, Qualcomm, Samsung, Ericsson and Brich, with a growing number of companies forming 5G partnerships and engagement funds to continue their research on 5G and its applications.

Qualcomm and Samsung have focused their efforts on 5G devices, with the creation of the Qualcomm 5G modem and the production of Samsung 5G routers.

Nokia and Ericsson have produced 5G platforms targeting mobile operators rather than consumers. Ericsson created the first 5G platform at the beginning of the year, claiming to provide the first 5G wireless system. Ericsson started testing 5G in 2015.

Who is investing in 5G?

Nokia and Ericsson have produced 5G platforms targeting mobile operators rather than consumers. Ericsson created the first 5G platform last year, claiming to supply the first 5G wireless system, although it started testing the 5G in 2015.

In early 2017, Nokia launched "5G First", a platform designed to provide 5G support to mobile operators.

Because of its proximity to the house, the City of London operated a public Wi-Fi network at the district level in October 2017, consisting of 400 small-cell transmitters. The city plans to conduct experiments on 5G.

Chancellor Philip Hammond revealed in Budget 2017 that the government would commit £ 16 million to create a 5G center. However, because of the 4G offer, it is unclear what 5G rate will progress.

Similarly, Newport Wales should host a technology center to support robots, 5G vehicles and unmanned vehicles. The center received 38 million pounds to create a semiconductor complex that supports the technology.

Ericsson also joined BT, Verizon and Kings College London to build the first pilot test of fifth-generation UAVs in 2018. Launched from the United States by Verizon and tested in London using the 5G BT network chip.

A number of network providers also began to invest in the planned launch 5G, the application EE to start work in 2019 and Vodafone to offer a complete service 5G completed early 2020. Vodafone first test 5G with a beautiful 3.4GHz in April here 2018.

Orange and O2 are other suppliers currently testing 5G in the UK.

Manufacturers and chip makers Intel Qualcomm Atohban to enter the 5G market, where Intel claims to connect 5G notebook operating system in 2019 and plans to connect the company Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 devices with 5G in the same year.



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