Future of 5G Technology

The Future of 5G Technology

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The future of 5G technology will remodel the entire tech industry and provide a unique new mobile experience. This technology will reduce maintenance costs and energy consumption. As we know, this wireless technology will deliver speeds faster than the existing 4G. Undoubtedly, 5G technologies will change the way we experience our lives. Our communications and data exchange will be more agile than you can imagine and comes with more robust connections.

When you envision a future powered by 5G, devices that “talk” to each other, mobile hotspot to connect to multiple devices simultaneously, and several vehicles communicating with each other on the roads and accessibility of data at unparalleled speeds will come to mind.

5G technology can enable fresh opportunities for 5g technology companies. The coming of the 5G era, the fifth-generation network, has been the talk of the town lately. But, if you still are unsure what 5G is all about, this article is for you!

Mobile Network Operators (MNO) may offer 5G services to their customers, either in Non-Standalone Architecture (NSA) or Standalone Architecture. 

Non-Standalone Architectures (NSA)

If the primary aim of MNOs is mainly to deliver high-speed connectivity to consumers with 5G-enabled devices, non-standalone architecture is the best choice and makes the most sense. Non-Standalone Architectures (NSA) enables them to leverage their existing network investments without deploying a new end-to-end 5G network altogether. 

NSA 5G deployment reduces network operating costs by adopting software-defined networking (SDN). These initial steps help MNOs start offering 5G services with the bare-minimum infrastructure, providing faster internet speeds and capturing new revenue streams.

Standalone Architectures (SA) for MNOs

For all those MNOs eyeing to dominate new 5G services such as smart factories, smart cities, or other vertical market solutions, standalone architecture (SA) could be the best choice. In this scenario, MNOs can build an entirely new 5G network. It comprises a fresh transport network, a fresh radio access network along with 5G mobile core and diverse edge networks. Standalone Architecture (SA) differs from the existing 4G and legacy network. 

5G standalone architecture is fully virtualized and fundamentally based on cloud-native architecture (CNA) that introduces new techniques to deploy, develop and manage services. MNO may choose a cloud-native microservices-based architecture that offers various deployment models such as public cloud, private cloud, or hybrid to meet their business objectives. SA provides a distinct advantage as it allows for end-to-end support for 5G speeds and services. With 5G SA, the focus is enterprise-centric, opening up new possibilities of use cases and new revenue streams.

Let’s understand how NSA and SA architecture will transform technology by storm.

Internet of Things (IoT)

The IoT technology is one of the many that have a significant impact in the 5G era. Yes, inter-device or sensor communication was possible in 4G. The volume of these devices in the network can instantly take away the capacity of the entire network. However, 5G technology promises to provide higher density of connections. Since it also provides low-latency connectivity and unparalleled speed, more use cases like climate control systems, security systems, health monitors, kitchen appliances will be controlled effectively by the technology. 5G will dominate and revolutionize IoT in the future. 

Installation of Small Cells 

Small Cells consume less energy and power. This scenario significantly reduces the cost of 5G operators. But the only disadvantage is that it covers a small area. Therefore, 5G providers will have to install more transmitters for better coverage. 

Improved Health Care

5G brings the availability of ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) and can transform health care for individuals and that too nationwide. A new world of possibilities is set to unfold that will witness a significant transformation in mobile technology as URLLC reduces 5G latency. Patients from remote and rural areas would be given the same treatment and care they deserve. Now, they won’t be forced to move to cities and change their lifestyle to get medical care. 

Not only that, however, you will also witness exciting improvements in telemedicine, precision surgery, remote surgery. One cannot rule out even physical therapy using Artificial Intelligence (AI). Hospitals would create extensive sensor networks that monitor patients, their behaviors, habits, and activities with 5G. Medical insurance, physicians, pills, etc., would be interconnected. Insurance providers would be allowed to keep track of bill processes and treatments expenditure smartly.

Key Takeaways

Yes, there will be a dramatic transition to 5G, and it will change the way you interact with technology regularly. LTE is already running out of capacity, and as a result, consumers experience slow data speeds. 5G will force us to change how we use information, enjoy entertainment, and interact with each other. The change won’t happen overnight. 

Even though 5G-capable handsets are available in the market, 5G is yet to make its appearance. India will witness a maximum number of 5G connections in the years to come. Once 5G is entirely operational, you will not need cable or wired technology to deliver entertainment or communications service on your smart TV or mobile device. 

5G would be an excellent solution to stream 8K video in a flash and wish to download feature-length movies in a few seconds. Consumers would communicate crystal-clear video calls with 5G speeds and connectivity and experience graphics-rich mobile games without interruptions.

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Uday Parida

Uday Parida is passionate about technology development and its innovations and has been writing about computing and latest telecom trends. I enjoy all facets of technology, especially products that make life more meaningful and creative.

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