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Understanding 5G encompasses the understanding of fine-turned technology enabled to help 5G reach its post build-out potential.

5G is not only important because it has the potential to support millions of devices at ultrafast speeds, but also because it has the potential to transform the lives of people around the world. In other words, improvements in 5G technology can help make life better.

For organizations both large and small, the best way to understand the intricacies of the new 5G architecture is through education. For instance, you would learn that machine learning is a necessity of 5G.

The experts claim that 5G and machine learning go hand in hand. While the older 4G networks were reactive, 5G networks need to be predictive, proactive and anticipatory to enable low latency and high reliability applications.

One of the main challenges with 5G and machine learning is where to actually run the demanding algorithms and computations. A reliable 5G system requires extremely low latency, which is why everything cannot be stored in remote cloud servers far away. Latency increases with distance and congestion of network links. This is why our networks must be predictive. Machine learning becomes crucial in optimizing them.

Latency and reliability are extremely important for 5G scientists and engineers alike. With 5G there is no room for unbounded delay. For example, remote surgeries and autonomous vehicles make no sense with high latencies. Take self-driving cars for example: as the car is driving, it must recognize pedestrians and other objects in real time, not tomorrow.

5G courses can also guide organization in how 5G will aid industrial automation by enabling and enhancing the critical control of production-line robotics, including tethered or untethered robots that can be controlled, monitored and reconfigured remotely, making manufacturing more efficient.

Healthcare advances are also covered in 5G training. 5G is expected to enhance connectivity and improve data management and sharing between healthcare providers, medical device manufactures, patients, medical and life insurers, the pharmaceutical industry and other stakeholders.

Reducing the cost of health monitors, expanding their reach and their reliability also has the potential to unleash many innovations in the sector.

Learn about this and more in our 5G courses. For more information, questions, comments, contact us.

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