5G is a candidate to drive the Internet of Things (IoT Internet of Things).
5G will be up to 20 times faster than the existing 4G (and 4G LTE) network. It will bring up to 10X faster download speed, enabling faster and cheaper video download, upload and streaming.
5G is characterized by significantly improved operating standards. In particular, it is able to allow a data rate of tens of megabits per second for tens of thousands of users, allowing an operating power of about one gigabit per second.
5G becomes critical to the economy and technology such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, digital payments and digitization.
Every country that sets up 5G will make communication lines more efficient.
Countries that have already implemented 5G are China, the United States, Germany, Australia, South Africa, the United Kingdom and Finland. Followed by Italy, Canada, Russia and Brazil, while already supplying SIM Cards and eSIMs, these countries are still in the implementation phase.