5G: Leading the wave of innovation and opening a new era
5G is a major change in mobile communication technology, and its performance will be greatly improved compared to the current network. With ubiquitous high-speed connectivity, 5G will lead a new wave of disruptive innovation.
5G has three application scenarios:
1. Enhance mobile broadband (eMBB); 2. Highly reliable low latency connection (uRLLC); 3. Massive IOL (mMTC).
Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) provides extremely high throughput for dense urban, rural, high mobility environments and indoor environments. Users will be able to download several gigabytes of data, such as 3D video, in seconds, and AR/VR will become a daily application.
Highly reliable low latency connection (uRLLC) applications include unmanned, public and mass transit systems, unmanned aerial vehicles, industrial automation, telemedicine, and smart grid monitoring.
Massive IoT (mMTC) provides connectivity for smart devices such as smart cities, homes, power grids, buildings, manufacturing, logistics, agriculture, and mining.
On this basis, applications such as AR/VR, Internet of Things, Internet of Vehicles, 8K, and smart cities will emerge.