Wireless technology has become as essential to our daily existence as oxygen. But unlike oxygen, wireless gets upgraded every so often. The next big upgrade is 5G – as evidenced by its sheer ubiquity at CES this year. However, 5G is not just 4G+1, but instead will deliver exponentially faster connections and the ability to handle much greater data volume across millions of devices all with near-instant responsiveness.
Many say that 5G will be the key ingredient in the 4th Industrial Revolution, making it as important as steam, electricity, and the microchip were in transforming our lives.
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Source: The Drum