Imagine a Network That Moves Faster Than You Can Think
5G means much more than just pure speed
So really, how fast is 5G?
How soon will it be here?
What else can it do?
Remote surgery: With the advances in haptic feedback 5G that allows, surgeons may not have to be in the same room as patients in the near future.
Virtual tactile experiences: Get in the driver’s seat of a car that’s miles away - and feel every bump in the road.
Smart drones: We’ve already seen drones assist lifeguards in water rescue situations. Look out for AI-equipped drones that can be more safely controlled in a low-altitude airspace and transmit back more reliable video.
Virtual reality: 5G is the tech designed to carry the data that VR creates. When VR goes mainstream, it’ll go hand-in-hand with 5G.
Smart cars: Not only will these vehicles be self-driving, but they’ll also be constantly pinging each other with updated traffic information designed for safety. (Put another way, it’s the robot equivalent of shouting “Watch out, a kid just ran into the street!”)
How can 5G help my business?
Improved face-to-face communication: With zero lag time and glitches, remote meetings and customer service interactions will feel more human.
Happier remote employees: 5G’s reliability and speed means remote workers can access the full connectivity they need to be productive anywhere in the world.
Increased productivity: It’s the natural byproduct of faster connectivity and lower latency, especially as small businesses become more reliant on cloud-based services.
A boost to IoT and AI: Whether your business builds IoT and AI products or is simply looking for creative ways to integrate them into your business model, 5G is the network made to implement them.