The Benefits of 5G for Industries and Businesses

The Benefits of 5G for Industries and Businesses

5G is the fifth generation of wireless technology that offers significant improvements over 4G, including higher data speeds that can reach 10 Gbps, reduced latency as low as 1 ms, increased capacity and reliability, and the ability to support much more connections per square meter. This enables widespread adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT), offering flexibility to use a wider spectrum and previously untapped frequencies, paving the way for revolutionary applications in many sectors.

Standalone 5G

5G SA (Standalone 5G) is a version of 5G technology, which works independently from existing 4G networks, bringing revolutionary improvements such asa industrial crane and a signal 3d graphicsignificantly reduced latency, increased reliability, flexibility through the network slicing technique, and improved support for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

In addition, it allows the creation of virtual networks that adapt to the needs of different applications and industries, making it ideal for the development of IoT and the provision of services with an emphasis on speed and reliability, without the limitations of older generations of networks.

Slicing

Network slicing is a central function in the architecture of 5G networks, whichallows the creation of multiple virtual networks on the same physical infrastructure. Each of these virtual networks, or "slices," can provide a different set of features and be tailored to meet the specific needs of various applications or services. This means that the network can be "cut" into different slices, with each slice optimized for different types of data or communication, such as mobile broadband, Internet of Things (IoT), highly reliable low latency communication (URLLC) for industrial applications, or even for applications that require extremely high speed and a large volume of data.

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Network slicing enables network providers to offer Network as a Service (NaaS) and maximize the efficiency of their infrastructure while ensuring the flexibility to meet changing customer and application demands. This approach paves the way for sophisticated and complex services, while offering a high level of security, as each slice can have its own strictly controlled access and network management. 


3G Sunset

3G phase-out, also known as "3G sunset", refers to the process where telecom operators shut down 3G networks to free up coverage space and resources for more modern networking technologies such as 4G LTE and 5G. This transition mainly affects mobile telephony and data services, but also other devices that use the 3G network for communication, such as certain car models, alarm systems, medical aids, and other connected devices.

The process of phasing out 3G has already begun in many countries and is expected to continue as operators move towards integrating and expanding 5G networks. The specific removal schedule may vary by country and provider. The removal of 3G signals the need to adapt to new technologies, and the recognition of the importance of continuous evolution in the telecommunications sector to improve the quality and accessibility of services.

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