” In his keynote speech, Dry Thun emphasized the need to continually evolve 5G technologies to create the foundation for the digital transformation of all industries necessary to meet the rapidly increasing demands for customer interactions and for the various applications of technologies in industry.
5G is accelerating to accelerate 5G networks to improve performance
Before it is supplanted by the next generation, new communication technology usually dominates for ten years, gradually evolving and increasing its capabilities. Continuously improving the customer experience and expanding the range of Internet of Things (IoT) services are increasing the demands on networking capabilities. “The ever-growing demand for wireless connectivity is a fundamental driving force for the continued advancement of mobile technology,” said Dr. Thun.
Therefore, 5G technology must constantly improve. Enhanced Mobile Broadband (ebb) services are driving significant growth in data demand, requiring more bandwidth from 5G networks to ensure a premium experience. With the introduction of Reduced Capability Technology (REDCAP), Machine Terminal Massive Connectivity and Data Exchange (met) technologies will be available on more terminals to meet a wide variety of IoT requirements. The use of ultra-reliable low latency communication (URLLC) technologies requires networks to reduce communication latency in data transmission and provide guaranteed latency. This will meet the stringent connectivity requirements for controlling remote and programmable logic controllers (PLCs).
The frontiers of 5G must be broadened to open up new business spaces.
The immersive service industry is evolving rapidly. 5G augmented and virtual reality technologies create superior virtual experiences. With the advent of compact augmented reality (XR) devices, the rollout of 5G XR technology will begin. Further improvements in 5G technology will be required to create a realistic effect of presence. In order to provide real-time interaction with the virtual world, it will also be necessary to further reduce the data transmission latency in 5G networks from the current 20 mms to 5 Ms.
applications are currently evolving at an unprecedented pace, with increasing uplink speed requirements. The use of remote control and machine vision functions in an industrial environment also implies the transmission of 4K or 8K video in real time. This will lead to an increase in the share of upstream traffic on 5G networks to more than 40%. To cope with such a huge volume of traffic, 5G uplink bandwidth needs to be increased by at least 10x.
In addition, 5G must provide discovery capabilities to enhance remote control, vehicle-road connectivity, self-driving vehicles and intelligent logistics. For example, the introduction of Massive MIMO beam sweeping technology for sensor detection in a cell will even enable high-precision indoor positioning services.
5.5G will drive the digital transformation of all industries
Based on its extensive experience in innovating the mobile industry, Huawei has offered 5.5G technology as its contribution to the development of new technologies, including Uplink Broadband (UCBC), Real-Time Broadband (RTBC), and Negotiated communication and sensory functions (HCS) designed to accelerate digital transformation everywhere.
As a result, this market is worth only billions of US dollars. Continuous development of 5G technology will improve network bandwidth and expand the range of use cases, adding additional support for integration while reducing the cost of connections. This will help unlock more than $ 100 billion in potential business opportunities in the IoT industry.
“Advances in technology and applications will open limitless opportunities for 5G development in the next decade,” concluded Dr. Thun. “The wireless industry cannot succeed without uniform standards and industry collaboration. We must jointly define the direction of 5G’s evolution and foster industry collaboration to accelerate technology development and build a sustainable 5G future. ”
About MWCS 2021
Mobile World Congress MWC Shanghai 2021 takes place from 23 to 25 February 2021 in Shanghai, China.
1G supported analog cellular communication technology. 2G – CDMA, GSM and TDMA, that is, the first generations of digital cellular technologies. And 4G technologies like WiMAX and LTE are the next leap forward and now scale to hundreds of megabits per second and even gigabit speeds.
5G brings three new dimensions to this scheme:
high speed (for transferring more data),
lower latency (more responsiveness),
The time cycle for each of the generations is approximately 10 years. In Sweden, thanks to the deployment of a 5G Internet test zone, they have already set a local record for data transfer rates of 15 Gbps. And the developers say that this is not the limit – the indicators can be overclocked to 20 Gbps and higher.
5G technology offers extremely low latency between sending and receiving information. It drops from 200 milliseconds (ms) for 4G to 1ms for 5G. With proper training, humans are still capped at 190-200ms. Imagine a device can respond 250 times faster than a human.
According to the Ukrainian division of Ericsson, by the end of 2021 the number of 5G users in the world will exceed 580 million by the end of 2021, and in 2026 the 5G network will be available to 60% of the world’s population.