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Every organization needs to understand the benefits of 5G technology –  one of the fastest, most robust technologies the world has ever seen.

The important takeaway about 5G is that 5G isn’t just another tech innovation, it’s the platform that makes other innovations possible.

Just about every aspect of 5G has business applications. Take ghost kitchens, expected to be a $1 trillion global industry by 2030. However, ghost kitchens will likely live or die based on the quality of their food and speed of service.

5G technology can help. Behind the scenes, chefs might be better able to secure the freshest ingredients in real time and provide their customers with transparency about where they source their tomatoes or wild-caught salmon. This is because 5G enabled sensors can allow for tracking smaller items than what can be economically monitored with current technology.

Tracking ingredients from “farm to fork” requires complex systems, but 5G opens the possibility for making that end-to-end monitoring and tracking of food far easier and accessible. 

In addition, monitoring food safety more consistently and accurately will be easier with 5G technology.

Then there’s near-real time remote collaboration with 5G network slicing. Network slicing segments 5G architecture into independent, tailored, end-to-end networks that could fulfill diverse requirements without affecting overall network performance.

Theoretically, businesses can deploy as many slices as they need to optimize operations.

The key benefits of network slicing include prioritizing and running critical, data-intensive functions in real time without interruption—essentially enabling the integration of state-of-the-art technologies that take full advantage of the ultra-low latency and increased bandwidth that 5G offers.

Applications like holograms, high-definition video, industrial automation and virtual and augmented reality can support remote collaboration in novel ways. These technologies could become increasingly important as companies continue to work to support a distributed staff and search for a competitive edge through new business opportunities and reduced travel expenditures and carbon emissions.

VR training could help onboard or upskill employees remotely, giving them lifelike hands-on experience with heavy machinery in a safe environment. Oil, gas and other utility enterprises can deploy this technology to help reduce the time and costs of employee training programs.

Want to learn more? Tonex offers Introduction to 5G, a 2-day training course covering next-generation of mobile networks beyond the 4G LTE mobile networks. Gain a working knowledge of 5G networking and communications standard.

In this course, discover all you need to know to effectively plan, develop or use 5G in your applications. Understand the important concepts and requirements set forth by 5G.

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