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Three Myths About 5G

Three Myths About 5G

Mar 23, 2022

At the end of 2019, IDC predicted that the number of 5G network connections would grow to 1.01 billion by 2023, a CAGR of 217.2% compared to the forecast period 2019-2023. While it's unclear how the pandemic will affect these numbers, there's one hard truth: 5G will play a major role in shaping the way we interact with and use connected technologies. However, it is short-sighted to think that 5G is the only connectivity technology to witness growth. As 5G networks become more widely available, we will also see the rise of alternative technologies that can be used in conjunction with 5G or on their own when applications require it. This means that the advent of 5G is not just about changing the use case of low latency and high throughput; it also represents a shift in how traditional cellular networks interact with other communication technologies and sit within a larger ecosystem. With so much talk surrounding 5G, to clear up some confusion, let's explore three common misconceptions about 5G.


5G applies to all verticals

5G was designed with two special features in mind: bringing greater speed and connectivity to those who use it. While the increased bandwidth and performance capabilities of products such as 5G wireless routers that come out after 5G goes live are well suited for a variety of applications, in some cases the trade-off between cost, performance and ROI is that other free "fits" Technology opens doors.

5G works alone

Not all use cases are created the same, which is why the wireless market includes a multi-radio access network strategy for connectivity solutions.5G is the first release of the new 3GPP specifications that open standards for all communications technologies, whether licensed or unlicensed, mobile, wired or fixed wireless. This means that the 5G ecosystem can adopt the best technology to meet its needs depending on the application, whether it's a single 5G, 4G, Wi-Fi, etc., or a combination of them.


5G is coming

The rollout of 5G due to the coronavirus pandemic has meant a mix of research. According to an S&P Global report, Kagan's 2020 global 5G survey of more than 70 mobile operators found that 38% of respondents were already offering 5G services, with another 36% planning to 5G service available during 2021.

With the global rollout of 5G technology, 5G networks will continue to be a hot topic. SUNCOMM has many 5G products, we serve the global market and look forward to your inquiry.


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