White Papers

5G Edge Computing

5G, the latest generation of cell phone technology, brings lots of advantages over previous iterations. The most advertised advantage is speed because it is the most noticeable to the user. References are usu-ally given to the amount of time required to down-load a movie with 5G compared to 4G, and rightfully so - the peak data rate of 4G is 150 Mbps while that of a 5G connection is 10 Gbps!

Another critical advantage of 5G over 4G is the num-ber of connections it supports. 4G could allow for up to 2,000 connected devices per square km com-pared to 5G’s 100,000 per square km. This makes the much-hyped Internet of Things (IOT) closer to becoming a reality, in large part because the devices can be closer to each other - and can communicate with each other faster than ever. The dramatic increases in speed and connections allow for artificial intelligence (AI) applications never before possible...

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Miami, FL

Case Study

The Promise of 5G
The fifth generation of cellular mobile technology “5G” is a multi-trillion-dollar communications revolution. This is not just another network upgrade to enhance cellphone communications, 5G is bringing dramatic increases in speed and throughput and is enabling applications that will profoundly change every aspect of our lives. 4G proved the use cases that high-speed, low latency wireless connections allowed when it was enabled ten years ago. HD TV on mobile devices, high–quality video calls, fast mobile browsing, were some of the revolutionary improvements 4G provided that we now take for granted...

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Charlotte, NC

Case Study

The coronavirus pandemic has prompted dramatic changes in the way we work, communicate, educate our children, purchase essentials and even care for the sick. Social distancing and self-isolation have made it mandatory that we utilize all those promising Internet-based applications the telecom and tech world have been touting since the early days of 4G networks. Work-from-home, telehealth, distance learning; suddenly everyone needs them - all at the same time. So far, our Internet has stood up to the challenge and performed well...

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