As you may have guessed from its name, 5G is the fifth generation of mobile wireless networks. 5G developers claim that it is capable of speeds 100 times faster than 4G. Blazing-fast connectivity, unmatched coverage, and low latency are possible with 5G. While the benefits of 5G for consumer mobile users are well known, the new generation of mobile wireless data sharing is actually having a bigger impact on big business behind the scenes.
In an increasingly interconnected world, companies are looking to incorporate 5G wireless data exchange as part of their efforts to create highly autonomous and agile processes. Here is a very short guide to the ways companies are making use of 5G technology.
The next generation of healthcare will rely heavily on 5G connectivity. High-quality video consultations, portable health monitors with automatic reporting, and assistive robots will all play an important role in delivering excellent and efficient healthcare. Healthcare solutions connected via 5G are already being developed and tested in hospitals around the world.
Companies developing eHealth solutions must invest in proper 5G protection. All data associated with healthcare is extremely vulnerable. Data breaches in the healthcare industry can seriously damage reputations and dent consumer confidence. Hackers regularly target healthcare institutions in the US.
Without a doubt, the future of vehicular travel is automated. To work safely and efficiently, autonomous vehicles will need to be connected to each other…
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