2019 saw discussions about 5G, and now in 2020 those discussions won’t be stopping any time soon. With companies starting to roll out in test markets, hearing “Verizon Wireless 5G,” “AT&T 5G,” and “5G network” will no longer be jargon to the least tech savvy crowds.
Dell Technologies has some great predictions on technical disruptions that everyone in the industry might be talking about this year. Here’s what they think. This year a broad range of emerging technologies will become a tangible part of the broader IT and business dialogue.
Education systems are vastly different all across the globe. While the benefits of 5G will be everywhere, the timing of those benefits will vary. In some countries, 5G will enable new connections at lower costs, allowing more people to leverage technology for basic education.
Electricity completely changed and expanded the industrial sector along with the lives of countless people. In much the same way, 5G has the potential to transform businesses and communities. Manufacturers have already spent billions of dollars on digital transformation, and the advent of 5G is poised to change their operations even more.
Cities are growing at an unprecedented rate. In fact, according to data from the United Nations, 68% of the world’s population will live in cities by 2050.1 While some people think that a more populous city means a more dangerous city, this does not have to be the case.
WiFi is the most important wireless technology we have. Indeed, it currently carries 68% of mobile Internet traffic; by 2022, that will increase to 76%. WiFi has contributed billions to the US economy and promises to change entire industries transforming the way we attend sporting event and concerts, airports, shopping centers, theme parks, public transportation, […]
Whether it’s a new commercial deployment or a new use-case, there is no single week where 5G doesn’t make news headlines. The momentum of this groundbreaking technology is building as well as the expectations among consumers and the industry. As a result, mobile service providers will have to build their services accordingly.
The world’s wireless systems are getting huge upgrades this year and next: 5G cellular is beginning its rollout, with the promise of much faster speeds; and WiFi is getting a big upgrade too, with the release of WiFi 6 devices that will give us not just better speed, but better battery life and reliability.
It is an exciting time in wireless networking. The two most-used wireless technologies in the world are getting an upgrade, and the changes could affect nearly every technology-using human on Earth. Wi-Fi, or local wireless, is undergoing a major advance, to Wi-Fi 6. Cellular, or mobile networking, is getting upgraded to 5G. These improvements will open new opportunities for businesses and new capabilities […]