5G is the fifth-generation standard for cellular networks and was first released in 2019. It marks a key improvement to its predecessor, 4G, by providing lower latency and more bandwidth. The technology has already been heavily commercialized by communication companies such as T-Mobile and Verizon. 5G’s successor, 6G, is expected to launch in commercial markets by 2030.
The 5G revolution is unstoppable, and it will change our lives in many ways. Today, let's dive into the implications for connectivity and cloud-computing… and one of my favorite picks in the sector.
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