The main benefits of 5G are faster transmissions, lower latency and therefore greater capacity for remote execution, a greater number of connected devices and the possibility of implementing virtual networks (network slicing), offering connectivity that is more tailored to concrete needs.
Transmission speeds can approach 15 or 20 Gbps. With higher speeds, you can access files, programs and remote applications completely directly and without waiting. By increasing the use of the cloud, all devices (mobile phones, computers, etc.) will be less dependent on internal memory and data accumulation and there will be no need to install a large number of processors on certain objects because the computing can be done in the cloud. For more information, visit our website.
Latency is the time from when you give a command on our device until the action occurs. In 5G, latency will be ten times lower than in 4G, allowing remote actions to be performed in real time.
This low latency and the increasing number of sensors allow for remote logistics or transport management, control of machinery in industrial plants, surgical procedures where a doctor can intervene on a patient halfway around the world with remote-controlled precision instruments, or full control over remote-controlled, automated and driverless transport systems.
5G also enables the implementation of virtual networks (network slicing), creating sub-networks, to provide more tailored connectivity to specific needs.
The creation of sub-networks will give specific characteristics to a part of the network, being a programmable network and will allow connections to be prioritised, as could be emergencies over other users, for example by applying different latencies or giving them priority in connecting to the network so that they are not affected by possible overloads of the mobile network.