5G, short for “”fifth generation,”” refers to the latest generation of wireless network technology that provides faster data transfer speeds, higher bandwidth, and lower latency than previous generations. It is designed to support the growing number of devices that require internet connectivity, such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
5G promises to deliver data transfer rates that are 10 to 100 times faster than 4G, with latency reduced by up to 10 times (with peak speeds potentially reaching up to 20 Gbps). This could enable new applications and services that require high-speed, low-latency connections, such as autonomous vehicles, virtual and augmented reality, remote medical consultations, and more.
By Martin Liguori
I have been working on IT for more than 20 years.
Engineer by profession graduated from the Catholic University of Uruguay, and I believe that teamwork is one of the most important factors in any project and/or organization. I consider having the knowledge both developing software and leading work teams and being able to achieve their autonomy.
I consider myself a pro-active, dynamic and passionate person for generating disruptive technological solutions in order to improve people's quality of life.
I have helped companies achieve much more revenue through the application of decentralized disruptive technologies, being a specialist in these technologies.
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