Can you even imagine a time when you deliberately get rid of your WiFi service? Probably not! But right now, there are a number of companies that are taking the same step in order to gain access to the 5G network.
And guess what? Audi is one of those companies!
Even though WiFi service has become an integral part of our day-to-day life where the majority of our time is spent online or on devices that are connected to the internet, there are still some obstacles in the way, especially for some major companies. The leading names from different industry verticals are in need of connections on which they can rely for the long run.
This is one of the main reasons why some organizations and businesses are looking forward to trying out a new method to get themselves connected. This is the part where 5G comes into the picture.
Although, there are few places where the mobile internet is faster in comparison to WiFi. But switching to the 5G connection will even make the existing speed faster, for instance, companies with 5G can have better network connectivity for their equipment and employees than before.
Some of the present-day issues that make the option of 5G even more enticing are:
- Low Latency
- Security Sturdiness
- Data-prioritization functions
It was earlier revealed by MIT Technology Review that Audi is indeed testing out the 5G technology for its robots. And it has also been stated that if everything with the tests goes well, in the coming year Audi will be replacing its WiFi networks with that of 5G.
Apart from the fact that other companies like Volkswagen, Daimler, and even BMW are inclined toward the 5G services, this also includes the names of organizations from manufacturing, oil and gas companies.
For these companies, the private 5G networks will turn out to be a great opportunity to achieve their business objectives. Whereas, on the other hand, network operators have even started deploying 5G services in the U.S. and by the year 2020, it is expected to be available to the majority of the population.
In addition to that, the world’s very first commercial 5G network is reported to be deployed in South Korea this Saturday by three major telecommunications providers – SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus.
Tanya Singh currently works as a Content Strategist for MobileAppDaily who is known to have an undying appetite for good content especially when it comes to trending technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, and IoT. In her free time, you will find her binge-reading through the latest gadget and app reviews.
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