So What Exactly is 5G and How is it Different from Today’s Wireless Mobile Technology?

5G is touted as the future of wireless mobile technology. The term 5G stands for Fifth Generation in wireless technology. Currently, many of us use a 4G network on our devices. Once 5G becomes more accessible, it will definitely redefine how we use wireless gadgets, which is not limited to mobile devices alone.
5G and its multiple applications
5G wireless technology is comparatively greater in speed than 4G services. The bandwidth that one can expect from 5G is up to 20 Gbps. This is a significant game-changer in how data is processed. You can easily download your favorite shows within a few seconds. Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) will become more well-defined and a smoother experience overall.
With today’s wireless technology, you might have noticed how long it takes between clicking on a link and getting redirected to the site. The switch between applications also takes a certain amount of time, and this referred to as ‘latency.’ 5G technology can reduce this latency to milliseconds.
If you are familiar with IoT (Internet of Things), then you may surely see the potential for 5G across multiple industries. Right from how your car functions as a self-driving vehicle to smart refrigerators, the potential for this super speed wireless technology is limitless. The tech industry also sees 5G as a more disruptive presence in the healthcare sector, where robotics are likely to
be a bigger presence in improving healthcare services. 

With all this and more, one may wonder the extent to which 5G is likely to impact various services. Currently, though, this is a wireless technology that is still rough-edged and is in the process of being fine-tuned. While we continue to use 4G wireless technology, we should be prepared for the potential of 5G services.