Still, it would seem, quite recently, 4G has triumphantly replaced the slower 3G, and already today manufacturers are announcing the release of their gadgets working in the networks of the fifth generation. But what is there in 5G networks, which is not in 4G, and indeed, what are the benefits of the new standard? The new standard will reduce the delay by an order of magnitude, while maintaining backward compatibility with older equipment. And the connection speed by calculations will reach an incredible 20 Gbit/s.
With the advent of 5G networks to another level will use the Internet of things. Without delays and "drawdowns", monitoring and managing them will become more comfortable and reliable. This is particularly important in industries such as medicine and unmanned vehicles.
Mobile Internet will become much faster and better, and VR / AR solutions will be more affordable.
By the way, according to IHS specialists, in 15 years the introduction of new generation networks will bring a significant economic effect - more than 20 million jobs will be created, and the production of goods and services will be about 12 trillion dollars.