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Impact of 5G on digital transformation for industries & markets

5G is a 5th- generation technology for mobile broadband networks, the deployment of which began in some countries in 2019 as a planned replacement for the existing 4G network. 5G technology is very similar to 4G or 3G, where the service area is divided into small geographic areas called cells, and all 5G wireless devices in a particular cell are connected to the Internet via radio waves through a local antenna in the cell. Here are the impact of 5G on digital transformation for industries & markets.

The use of 5G is expanding

The Global Association of Mobile Carriers has identified 224 telecom operators in 88 countries that have either demonstrated 5G capabilities, are currently testing 5G networks, or have already deployed 5G networks in their specific areas (2019), and these numbers are expanding rapidly.

As of 2022, more than 700 million telecommunications and Internet users will be using 5G networks. Some estimates put the number at nearly 1 billion! The adaptability and uptake of 5G has been the fastest compared to other networks.

Recently, the Indian government has officially launched 5G services in several cities as leading telecom firms have promised to cover the entire India with 5G by the end of 2023.

The biggest advantages of the 5G network

The impact of 5G on digital transformation for industries and sectors

How 5G is impacting various industries and unleashing a massive digital transformation:

1)Security cameras

With 5G, surveillance cameras are getting smarter, more connected, and sharper. Supported by high-speed, low-latency 5G, Surveillance Cameras can now recognize faces in an optimized way, match them with millions of other images, detect connections, and predict their actions through highly advanced AI algorithms.

2)Content consumption, especially videos, and games

3)Health services

4)Robotics and automation with the edge cloud

5)LAN exchange


The impact of 5G on the economy will be significant and will give further impetus to the fourth industrial revolution with the acceleration of the Internet of Things. Its fast and reliable real-time data transmission will greatly benefit sensors and controllers installed in equipment, machinery, and logistics chains across industries.

Whether in agriculture, manufacturing, consumer electronics, telecommunications, healthcare, automotive, enterprise communications, industrial automation, and more, 5G is becoming the catalyst to unleash unprecedented digital transformation and enable more users to experience the future.


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