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With blazing fast speeds and massive connectivity support, 5G networks don’t just hold promise for the future — they will shape the future.
5G networks will deliver speeds up to 20 times faster than 4G long-term evolution (LTE) and support 100 times more devices per kilometer with lower latency. This will enable more wireless Internet of Things (IoT) and virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR) use cases with the ability to stream rich, real-time audiovisual data wirelessly.
From transportation and manufacturing to aviation, healthcare and even smart cities, 5G is going to create new opportunities and use cases that will increase business mobility and speed access to critical data. The U.S. and other nations are already rolling out 5G networks, paving the way for some exciting new technologies.
In this special round table edition of SBTV, Jason Claybrook, head of marketing and business development for Samsung Wireless Networks, and Derek Johnston, head of marketing and 5G business development at Samsung, discuss the potential of 5G networks and why the technology will change the game for a number of industries.
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