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5th Generation Networks : A Whole New World of Communications
The 5th generation of telecom networks opens up a whole new world of communications that primarily focuses on object-to-object communications. The communication requirements of IoT are very different from human communication. IoT requires extremely low latencies and high speed. The research service focuses on developments in the 5th generation of telecommunications technologies globally, where specific organizations are being set up to drive technology standardization and collaboration. It discusses the strategic view of participating organizations around the world across vendors and mobile service providers along with their vision and mission, among others.
5G is expected to enable service providers with disruptive capabilities that will open new revenue streams across a large number of opportunity segments.
- 5G will mark the continuous enhancement and evolution of present radio access technologies to meet the increasing demand for wireless data going forward.
- Developments of 5G standards and technologies is being seen globally, with developed markets leading the efforts.
- All leading telecommunications vendors have initiated efforts to help define standards for the technology.
- Mobile operators globally have started trialing pre-5G and 5G networks in partnerships with equipment vendors.
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