5G Transport

5G Transport: Connecting Everything, Everywhere

5G will soon be able to connect everyone to everything with previously unheard-of bandwidth. The blazing speeds made available by this evolutionary will change the way we work, communicate, drive and live. True 5G transport will incorporate low latency (making autonomous cars possible), allow for greater advances in home and entertainment , and revolutionize .

But businesses won’t be able to access all the of this exciting new technology if they’re not ready for it. Now is the time to make sure your network is 5G ready and make plans to bring it up to speed if it is not.  If your mind still isn’t made up, know that your competition’s is, and they’ll be moving forward while you’re still lagging behind, shedding customers looking for faster .

“Between 2021 and 2025, the number of 5G subscribers worldwide is predicted to climb from 40 million to 2.6 billion. With 7 billion people in the world, that means approximately one-third of them will be 5G subscribers by 2025.”

The 5G transport network will provide the backhaul and new fronthaul and midhaul connectivity that will enable the high bandwidth, ultra-reliable and ultra-low latency applications for 5G end devices. This transport infrastructure is critical before a 5G rollout of any real size can be accomplished, so right now is the time to be future proofing your network. 5G will increase delivery to end devices by a factor of 10, reaching speeds of up to 1 Gb per second. Without the upgrades needed to handle this speed, networks will bottleneck, leading to negative customer experiences and an overall slowdown in business dependent on connectivity.

Experts predict that 5G will reach its mass-market adoption peak (as opposed to initial launches) during the period 2021-2023. To reach this goal, network capacity and performance must be established and in place if this rollout is to be successful.

To find out how 5G transport can help you take part in the upcoming digital revolution, contact us at sales@netsync.com.

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