5G Network Technology Comes Faster than Expected

5G network technology will come sooner than expected. That’s what happens on a fifth-generation or 5G network trial. Originally scheduled to take place in 2020, technological advances make time run faster. At least, next year, trials will begin soon.

This happens because of the technological advances achieved by those who are involved in this business. Qualcomm, for example. They have accelerated the release of 5G New Radio (NR) specification, 5G global standard. Together with Ericsson, Nokia, and other mobile communications industry players, they are accelerating the NR 5G standardization schedule for large-scale trials next year.

Julie G. Welch, Senior Director and Head of Government Affairs, SEA, Taiwan & Pacific, Qualcomm International, Inc., said the accelerated commercialization of 5G NR globally promises all that this fifth generation network needs. Inside, new levels of capability and efficiency are capable of delivering fiber-like speeds, very low latency, consistent user experience, as well as lower cost data packages.

The company has also announced the success of reaching 5G data connection with 5G modem chip for mobile devices, last October in Hong Kong. Their custom modem chipsets provide gigabyte speed and data connection on the radio band of 28GHz mmWave.

In addition, Qualcomm Technologies provides a preview of the design benchmark of its first 5G smart phone for testing and optimizing 5G technology within the power and phone line constraints. Several countries have also announced to conduct 5G trials, including Japan, Korea, China, Europe, and America.

5G or fifth generation is a term used to refer to the fifth generation as the next phase of mobile telecommunication standards that exceed the 4G standard. This fifth generation technology is planned to be officially released for mobile operating systems by 2020.

Not only the advancement of communication technology, based on the study “The 5G Economy” initiated by Qualcomm and implemented by various research companies, the 5G value chain (value chain) around the world will generate revenues up to US $ 3.5 trillion and open 22 million employment in 2035. In addition, 5G enables the creation of global-scale distribution of goods and services valued at up to US $ 12.3 trillion in the same year.

Because, in addition to providing data transfer speeds with a larger capacity, 5G offers very low latency and wider range. As such, it is best suited to accomplish tasks that require precision and high connection stability. The most important thing at this time for us to do together is to prepare the consolidation of operators so that limited frequency resources can be used as much as possible for the public interest.

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