The major 5G benefits are lower latency and a higher speed in the transmissions and thus higher capacity of remote execution, a higher range of connected devices, and the feasibility of implementing virtual connections (network slicing), giving more improved connectivity to concrete requirements.
Greater Speed In Transmissions
Transmissions speed can approximate 15 or 20 Gbps. We can access remote applications, programs, and files in a completely direct and without waiting to enjoy the greater speed. Additionally, by increasing cloud use, all devices such as computers, mobile phones, etc. will depend on less internal memory and on the gathering of data, and it won’t be required to use a high number of processors on objects because computing would be done on the cloud networks.
For example: to activate software remotely as if it running on personal devices will permit not having installed apps (mobile applications) in the device and executing them directly from the network of the cloud. It will no longer require storing the data in the device memory (videos, photos, etc.).
Latency is the interval that transpires that can occur actions until we grant an order on the running device. So, in 5G, the latency will be lesser than 4G. Therefore it is able to function actions in real-time. With the low latency and expansion of the sensors, it is easier to manage the machinery of a remote transport, control logistics, surgical operations, and industrial plant.
Greater Number Of Connected Devices
Moreover, the use of 5G devices that can be joined to the network improves significantly. Every joined device will have admittance to instant internet connections, which will exchange information in real-time with each other. So this will help the IOT favor.
Furthermore, it is anticipated that the same connection will have multiple connected devices receiving and sending data in real-time. If we talk about industrial plants, we can talk of hundreds of connected devices. Also, the high number of connected devices will give autonomous cars and smart cities.
For example: by using sensors in several objects and points in the town, a large part of it can be controlled. if you exchange the data of the sensors of those towns and the cars and this shared information, you can enhance the life quality of the town by giving the autonomous car navigation ( find available spaces for parking, decrease the number of accidents, select better routes, etc.)
The 5G also permits the implementation of network slicing (virtual networks), making subnets, and getting connectivity more adjusted to particular requirements.
The conception of the subnetworks will offer particular characteristics to a connection, being a programmable connection and will permit to prioritizing networks as could be best for users emergency, using, for example, several prioritizing or latencies them in the interface to the networks so that the overload of the phone network cannot change it.