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The next generation telecom networks (5G) have started hitting the market end of 2018 and will continue to expand worldwide.
The next (5th) generation wireless network addresses the evolution beyond mobile internet to massive IoT (Internet of Things) from 2019/2020 onwards.
5G technology is driven by 8 specification requirements
  • Up to 10Gbps data rate  - > 10 to 100x improvement over 4G and 4.5G networks 
  • 1-millisecond latency
  • 1000x bandwidth per unit area
  • Up to 100x number of connected devices per unit area (compared with 4G LTE)
  • 99.999% availability 
  • 100% coverage 
  • 90% reduction in network energy usage 
  • Up to 10-year battery life for low power IoT devices

But speed is only part of 5G technology, which is superior to 4G in every sense. For starters, its lower latency will allow for new and more advanced IoT applications that require rapid responsiveness, such as remote equipment control.
Unlike previous generations of mobile technology, which tended to introduce a single novel feature for users (1G let you walk and talk, 2G let you send texts, 3G got you onto the internet, and 4G let you stream), 5G promises a whole suite of dramatic improvements. It uses entirely new wireless infrastructure to achieve speeds up to 100 times faster than 4G and promises to nearly eliminate any processing delays.

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