Samsung Networks Leader, Mark Louison
on 5G’s Imperative for the Next Normal
What has been the impact of the pandemic
on digital transformation?
What capabilities will 5G bring to improve
our lives for this ‘next normal’?
Capacity + Throughput
Not only are we using multiple devices on a home network, but we’re all using data-intensive video apps at the same time. Today, this can be a lagging, jittery experience. When 5G networks reach full speeds in the near future, more people will be able to simultaneously connect to the network and maintain high throughput.
High Speed + Low Latency
5G’s speed and latency will enhance the real-time video streams needed for everything from virtual doctor appointments and online classes to supporting engineers working in the field. For an engineer making a precise repair remotely with a robotic assistant, they need to have confidence that there’s no lag in the video or remote control. With 5G, engineers can increase productivity, efficiency and safety while on the job.
Reach + Reliability
As broadband access becomes more essential, there will be a heightened focus on reaching underserved areas. We’re already working to bring 5G mobile and broadband services to rural areas, while increasing reliability with the next network buildout.
How is Samsung investing to
meet this 5G demand?
Can you share some 5G customer
use case examples?
Find out how Samsung 5G revolutionises the way you live, here.
Original article from Samsung.com here.
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