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There is no doubt that the fifth-generation network will bring great advances by which many companies will be able to increase their performance thanks to the great improvements brought about by 5G technology.
5G can be defined as the network that is in a constant process of implementation, that will make it possible to reach all types of devices, not only for mobile phones where it will become more important but for all those objects connected, thanks to the Internet of Things.
Technology brings with it great advances that will allow other technologies such as IoT, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, virtual and augmented reality, or data analysis to develop fully, thanks to low latency and higher bandwidth. It is estimated that the fifth-generation network allows 1,000 times more data transmission than the 4G network.
Some of the benefits of 5G are:
- Higher transmission speeds of up to 15-20 GB per second.
- Lower latency will make the reaction and execution time of orders ten times shorter than the current one.
- Better connectivity as 50 billion smart objects can be interconnected through the Internet of Things. Although not only in intelligent objects there will be an improvement in connectivity, also in all those devices adapted to the 5G network, making, for example, remote working benefit and have a better implementation.
- It will lead to advances in augmented and virtual reality.
- Increase in productivity, since by increasing the speed of data transmission it will be possible to obtain an improvement in the control of productivity.
Although doubts also arise about the implementation of the 5G networks that are being studied and dealt with over time.
One of these doubts is electricity consumption. 5G technology will need more energy in order to achieve this efficiency. There are also doubts about the privacy and security of data on the network as more devices are connected the risk is greater.
With all the benefits of 5G described, we can say that the 5G network will bring great advances to industry, transforming the way it manages its processes. In the Towerco industry, will provide digitally and remotely automating processes. An example would be the access to an infrastructure or a site by using a tool that allows digital planning and automation of access, favouring operators' entrance to the site and maintenance.
The scenario posed by the arrival of 5G requires fluidity and coherence maintained over time, as well as speed of response and tracking of metrics.
We seek the continuous improvement of 5G's derivative asset processes, removing the conceptual boundaries that have separated radiant assets from underground assets and keeping its telecommunications network visible at all times.
To this end, we have created TREE.fibre, designed to respond to the growing trend to replace conventional information distribution networks with high-speed, high-technology networks: Optical Fibre, equipped with a set of tools that integrates and relates various components (users, hardware, software, processes) that allow any optical fibre line to be geographically located simply by tracing the location on a map and TREE takes care of attributing the rest of the necessary parameters, thus solving the most fundamental difference between radiant assets and optical fibre networks.
To learn more about TREE.fibre or how to help your company manage its telecommunications processes, you can contact us and request a Demo.