We started with 2G and now we have 5G, the latest generation of wireless technology. Whether it was 2G, 3G, or 4G, each of the previous generations attempted to improve network performance, both from the perspective of the operator and subscribers.
A major step-up from previous versions, 5G is the fifth generation of mobile wireless technology. Telecom companies anticipate improved response times and increases in download speeds. Therefore, many companies today are transitioning from 4G to 5G. In addition to an increase in download speeds and improvement in response times, telecom companies expect 5G to enable networks to connect to many more types of devices than they do currently.
Telecom companies providing 5G service and technology can expect an increase in revenue. This is due to the wide-ranging applications of the technology in new markets. These markets include video streaming, smart manufacturing, and driverless cars. According to networking giant Ericsson, 5G market will surpass $1.2 trillion within the next 10 years. Clearly, 5G is changing the competitive landscape for telecom companies. Thus, the transition from 4G to 5G is a growing trend among telecommunication companies.
Telecom Companies Must be 5G-Ready
Telecom companies that are ready to transition to 5G will be able to keep pace with the exponential growth in data demand, cut costs, and tap into new sources of revenue. It should come as no surprise that the telecom industry is buzzing with excitement over the imminent arrival of 5G. The 5th generation of wireless technology will impact the industry and the wider world.
Lightning fast speeds, incredibly low latency, and the capacity to carry a massive number of connections simultaneously makes 5G the perfect technology for telecom companies to gain a competitive advantage in a rapidly changing industry.
While there are many potential benefits of moving to 5G, making the transition from 4G is not easy. At least, unless you use the telecom equipment meant for this purpose. For telecom companies upgrading to 5G, our Posi-Plus Cable Placers (700 Linerunner & 800 Linerunner) are the ideal solution.
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