Generation 5: Going Mobile

Out with the old home broadband and in with the new mobile connectivity.
On Thursday 12 December 2019 by Josh O'Farrell

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Strong connectivity is the key to the future. The days of waiting around for your internet to barely handle multiple connected devices are over. Supporting faster mobile connections, 5G allows you to stream smoother films, upload videos and images faster, and connect more of your devices (phones, tablets, laptops, etc.)  to the internet with less delay. If that already didn’t sound beneficial for telecoms, video conferencing with little to no buffers on mobile broadband is a possibility.

But HOW is this strong connectivity attainable? Well, all of this can be done thanks to a little thing called 5G.
 

What is 5G? 

5G is the latest generation in mobile connectivity. That’s what it stands for: ‘5th generation’. Simply put and straightforward, 5G Wi-Fi is just Wi-Fi, offering 5G wireless Internet access. Almost a decade in the making, the possibilities are now endless with the implementation of 5G, opening up more room for traffic, generating higher capacity networks and even greater speeds, delivering instantaneous communication far and wide. 

5G mobile has already been unleashed in the U.S. thanks to companies like Verizon, AT & T, and T-Mobile. With over 30 cities that have already made the leap and are now fully connected on a 5G network, it’s only just beginning. It’s expected almost 31 billion devices are to be connected to the internet by 2020, with that figure rising to 75.4 billion by 2025, according to Statista.

 

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Here we take a look at the advantages 5G will bring to your services, allowing your business to thrive with ease: 

Advantages of 5G

Increased bandwidth for everyone
 Easy setup
 Faster Speed
 New technology possibilities
 Network reliability
 Easily manageable with the previous generations
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Everything’s faster, upgraded bigger and opening up more technological opportunities and breakthroughs, but at a high price. 
 

What does 5G mean for Spearline?

With the rapid expansion of 5G globally, more and more business conversations will be taking place from 5G endpoints. Enterprise network managers will benefit from proactive monitoring and testing when making the big jump to 5G to ensure an optimized customer experience. The Spearline Platform proactively monitors global toll and toll-free numbers, giving enterprises the confidence that their customers can contact them when it counts.
 

For further information, or if you have any further questions please get in touch with us.

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