Summary of 5 Things You Should Know About 5G

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The growing Internet of Things, consisting of interconnected digital everyday objects, demands a more advanced wireless Internet connectivity. Journalist Jamie Hinks helps you envision the speed, bandwidth and indestructibility of the mobile Internet of the near future by running through the features of 5G, the next-generation mobile telecommunications standard, in easily comprehensible language. getAbstract recommends this article to business owners and anyone interested in the technological world of tomorrow.

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Jamie Hinks is a freelance writer covering technology topics for TechRadar.



To run all the devices, machines and technological innovations of the future, society needs a connection speed much faster than the current 4G mobile telecommunications standard enables. Five aspects will likely define the 5G standard of the near future:

  1. Speedy connections – The 5G standard, maybe as soon as 2020, will probably average a connection speed of 10 gigabytes per second, allowing you to download an entire movie within one second and rendering pricey fiber-optic connections moot.  
  2. “The rise of the...

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    M. K. 2 years ago
    interestingly written article
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    E. L. 2 years ago
    Looking forward for the next one
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    S. .. 2 years ago
    Good article
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    J. G. 2 years ago
    Great article
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    K. R. 2 years ago
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    B. L. 2 years ago
    Easy to understand
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    K. B. 2 years ago
    Interesting article
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    C. G. 2 years ago
    Good easy ready
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    G. H. 3 years ago
    It should read 10 GBit/s not 10 GByte/s (I think)