Big data and its impact on our privacy is one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. With the advent of 5G and its impressive capabilities, let’s explore what effects this next generation of networking will have on big data, the development of smart cities, and above all, our online security.
5G’s key selling point is its performance — it has an average speed of 50Mbps and is capable of up to 10 Gbps. With speeds this high you’d be able to download a two hour movie in seconds instead of minutes.However, 5G is about much more than great speeds. For one thing, unlike its predecessor 4G, 5G has the network slicing feature. Simply put, this allows the division of one physical network into multiple virtual ones, providing optimal settings for diverse use cases.
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