The Next Generation Mobile Networks Alliance feels that 5G should be rolled out by 2020 to meet business and consumer demands. A network that will not only be significantly faster, but much smarter.
Nokia, aiming to be the one of the world’s biggest 5G players, has finally previewed the plans to present at Mobile World Congress later this month, detailing its vision for 5G. They said that 5G has 30 gigabits download speed.
4G network is already clogged with too much traffic and heavy users. To support the demand for gigabit speeds, we’ll have to grab a higher bandwidth, and so 5G will be the platform enabling growth in many industries.
What is 5G, and how it works?
It is a term used to describe the forthcoming fifth generation of mobile network technology.
The main quality of 5G networks compared to 4G will be speed. It’s going to be many times quicker than what we have now, and by quite a way. It will have a new wireless infrastructure for our future smart homes, wearables, driverless cars, and virtual reality.