In this blog, we explore malicious threats in the 5G era, as well as the significant trends and tech needed to secure next-generation wireless networks.
5G stands for the “fifth-generation” of wireless technology, with technical requirements outlined in the official 3GPP specification (Release 15). It will offer faster downloads, better network reliability, and other benefits that will empower businesses as well as support new possibilities for devices and digital services. Major carriers and network providers say that 5G has the potential to completely transform entire industries—offering data speeds and reliability that far surpass our existing 4G networks.
Impacts of 5G (Part 2): 3G, 4G, and 5G. The Shift Away From Traditional Hardlines and WiFi Connections
Mobile network speeds have always lagged behind ethernet and wireless network speeds. 5G will change that and completely change how we connect to the net.
What is 5G? In this blog, we explore 5G technology, device and network traffic growth expectations, hardware and infrastructure costs, and more.