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Fifth Generation Network – 5G

Fifth Generation Network – 5G


The term "5G" refers to the emerging fifth-generation wireless networks and technologies that bring about a step-by-step change in the speed, volume, and latency of fourth-generation networks. 5G enables a large number of new technologies to revolutionize the public and private activities of the sector, from autonomous vehicles to smart cities, virtual reality and combat networks. Fifth Generation Wireless (5G) is the latest version of mobile technology, designed to significantly increase the speed and responsiveness of wireless networks. With 5G, data transmitted over wireless broadband connections, according to some estimates it can travel at speeds of up to 20 Gbps - more than network speed - and offer a latency of 1 ms or more low for use that requires real-time feedback.
Historical changes between the wireless generations suggest that the first nation of the country made billions of profits in combination with massive job creation and leadership in technological innovation. 5G also allows for a strong increase in the amount of data transmitted to wireless systems due to more available bandwidth and advanced antenna technology. The first movers also set standards and practices that are subsequently adopted by the following participants. On the contrary, countries lagging behind previous shifts of wireless generations are required to adopt the standards, technologies and architecture of the leading country and to miss a generation of wireless capabilities and market potential.
In recent years we have seen 5G reviews from major suppliers and mobile operators around the world. In 2018, the first operators deploy their commercial 5G network with a dedicated spectrum in Korea, Qatar, UAE, US, Australia and Finland. We expect that in 2019 and 2020 more and more commercial 5G networks will be available worldwide. 5G is no longer futuristic, but will soon be widely available and tested by the initial business cases of operators. The first movers have a small lead and position themselves for long-term value creation with 5G.
5G Network Countries

South Korea

Two service providers in South Korea want to be the first market in a 5G network. South Korea's telecommunication companies are suddenly putting together a very fast 5G mobile internet network in an effort to ensure that the country is the first in the world to launch services. SK Telecom captures spectrum at 3.5 GHz and 28 GHz frequencies in the hope of eliminating 5G. Providers say that 5G compatible smart phones can download data 20 times faster than existing 4G devices, which means theory users can download files of movie almost immediately. Faster networks will improve live broadcasts and streaming services for music and video, while a wider range of virtual reality services is possible, the companies say. In the meantime, Korea Telecom made a splash in early 2017 with the announcement that it would launch a 5G test network prior to the 2018 Winter Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. The trial network is expected to cover events in Bokwang, Gangneung, Jeongseon, PyeongChang and Seoul.

China

With 5G, China saw an opportunity to become a leading technology innovator, following its departure from the computer standards of 3G and 4G mobile technologies. China's active role in the development of 5G in recent years has shown that the country is committed to gaining technical leadership in the global 5G phase. China is expanding its influence on the 5G standardization process. His ambition was already revealed in 2013 when the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), together with the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), jointly established IMT-2020 (5G). Promotion Group to sponsors the formulation of the 5G standard with EU, the US, Japan and Korea. Transporters and technology suppliers, both national and international, participate in this group and provide valuable input for 3GPP to support the development of a global uniform 5G standard.
 China established the 5G spectrum in 2017 and has requested public comment on the planned use of the mid-band spectrum (3.4-3.6 GHz) and the wave spectrum (24.75-27.5 GHz and 37-42.5 GHz)  for 5G. During the public comment process, China identified potential disruption to existing users, which is a common problem with spectrum allocation.
Japan
Japan has moved its communications industry in the hopes of being among the top 5G network players. The telecommunications industry in Japan is in the midst of an important transition because it is moving to keep pace with rapid technological changes. By 2020, Japanese operators will launch 5G, the next-generation mobile network, when the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games are being hosted. According to the Nikkei Asian Review, NTT DoCoMo and Sohgo Security Services have demonstrated an advanced security service based on 5G network technology to determine the effectiveness of the service in securing the opening ceremony. Japan's "2018 Growth Strategy," approved by the cabinet on June 15 this year, underscores the importance of "rapid 5G distribution and development in rural Japan." 5G is needed as a powerful engine for rural growth, not only in urban areas, but also in rural areas to activate the region and solve problems in rural areas.
United States
In the United States, the development and expansion of 5G is largely driven by industry. The United States is also at the forefront of spectrum efficiency, allowing for broadband broadcasting. It is often seen as the country's most important advantage in stimulating innovation, but it also leads to different approaches to 5G and aggressive hours due to commercial pressure. However, the United States also has the disadvantages of delaying it in the 5G network race between countries. Local and municipal authorities are entitled to destination for cell towers and base stations, which could delay approval - a potentially bad sign for 5G, which is characterized by a dense network of small cells. However, last year the FCC voted together to open a nearly 11 GHz high-frequency spectrum for mobile, flexible and fixed wireless broadband for the future of 5G. Many suppliers and service providers are shouting to make the most of it by launching new tests in more user friendly markets. As mentioned above, private telecommunications providers will face political uncertainties that limit certain equipment sources, while having to raise capital for the 5G frequency band and encourage technical and infrastructure expansion. If the US-driven market approach had pushed carriers to introduce 5G. Although airlines are still far from being deployed extensively, AT&T launched the first commercial standard mobile 5G network in December 2018 that puts great pressure on early success.
United Kingdom
The United Kingdom government has also set up a 5G innovation network to facilitate engagement and coordinate organizations working with 5G in the UK. Universities, mobile network operators and technology companies are working together on a number of pre-commercial trials in the UK to test the potential structure and potential of the future 5G network.
Russia
Russia will become a "fast" 5G country on the world stage, with the 5G network expected to represent more than 80 percent of the country's population by 2025, according to a new study by the GSMA. Russian mobile operators are planning to launch commercial 5G networks by 2020 and 5G is expected to represent nearly one in five countries (48 million) in 2025, making Russia the leading 5G market in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). According to the GSMA report, other countries in the region are expected to launch 5G services by 2025, including Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia and Uzbekistan.
Pakistan
Pakistan is aiming for the evolution of 5G and it could be used in Pakistan by 2020. Pakistan has become the first Southeast Asian country to test 5G. Leading up to the digital revolution, a private Chinese telecom company conducted a successful trial for 5G use in Pakistan. 5G is about to open a new digital revolution in the country, as the test places Pakistan on a select list of countries that have successfully implemented the 5G test. According to sources, 5G is about to launch in Pakistan at a speed of 100 times more than currently available. The network will be 10 times faster than the existing broadband connections available in the country. The speed of the 5G home router is recorded as four gigabytes per second, which means that it can download 50 GB of files in just two minutes.
Ireland
Today's 5G is for everyone in one of Ireland's most important population centers, even with the right contract and a compatible phone. This was after Vodafone Ireland announced this morning (August 13) that it had launched its first commercial 5G service in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway and Waterford. During the launch of the event, the company said it will continue to launch more Irish locations in the coming months. The telecom company opened its first port of test port in Dublin port in November last year, but the service is now available to both the general public and business customers.


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