The ongoing transformation of existing cellular communication networks to fully operational 5G status seems to be progressing at a snail’s pace. Of course, when users dream of the promised data streaming speeds with virtually no latency and comprehensive coverage, it cannot happen fast enough. 5G absolutely has the potential to unleash a veritable new industrial revolution, as well as improved communications on every level.
The full rollout of 5G will enable applications that were previously only found in science fiction. Remote options for medical treatments and monitoring patients, new automated factory processes, and even self-driving cars are possible with the speed, latency, and connectivity of 5G. The future as many have only dreamed is finally here.
Enhanced 5G mobile broadband is coming, and faster than many companies and industry insiders anticipated. 5G mobile network deployments have begun and will increase greatly in 2019 and 2020. But, just how fast is the rollout being accomplished?
Keysight is an American technologies company that creates hardware for multiple types of field instruments and produces electronic design software for aerospace and defense engineering. Recently, they signed a Memorandum of Agreement with three prestigious Vietnam universities to support rising engineers. But they aren’t just preparing the way for Vietnamese students. Keysight is creating industry leading engineers at American universities from Pennsylvania all the way to Hawaii with these seven types of services and support.
Wireless technology is now second nature to most people. Only a few years ago, wireless technology involved systems that were relatively slow with low bandwidth, but these systems have now developed into 100Mb/s broadband streaming and 5G in the pipeline for mobile devices.