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Five things for small business owners to know about the 5G Network

Posted by admin on December 21, 2015

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5G for the future will make networks faster, reliable and more efficient. It will help with many different companies. And communicating long distance. Also when commuting it will make a huge impact on this.

5G will be more reliable.

5G Network will be fast and efficient. The difference from 4G to 5G will be change in speed, reliability and also when a small business is using it everyone’s computers won’t be freezing now and then. The number of people connecting to networks each day increases, so they need to have 5G for a big amount of companies to be able to connect with and get good service while doing so.

It won’t be available all at once.

5G will be faster, more resilient and off low latency. The developers are still working on making 5G happen and work as it is spoken. It won’t be out for about 5 more years, so before there will be demonstrations of using 5G before so, e.g. at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. So this could be good for business owners because you won’t have to worry about upgrading all at once, because it will take time to upgrade it might slow things down, so this is a positive thing.

It will make long distance communication more exciting.

In the future when 5G is up and running, long distance communication will be easier and a lot more exciting. It can include video chatting, normal chats without losing connection and 3D Holographic calls. Big communication set ups like skype have already been talked about, however more things like this will be out.

It will ease your commute or telecommute.

When telecommuting, communication will be easier, faster and more initiative. When commuting traffic flows will be improved.

It could make your office more efficient.

Small businesses will have a positive effect from this. 5G will make computers work faster, and the internet should not freeze because other people are using the same network.

When people need to use mobile data, it will be much quicker, and more reliable than they are now, as it’s easy to lose connectivity and this means you cannot connect to internet, so then you have to go through hassle of moving to a different place to find service.

Having 5G in the future will be a progressive change and will help a lot of different businesses, in many simple but effective ways.