White Paper: How edge computing and 5g are transforming technology

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While it was slow to get started, 5G has recently gained traction in technology adoption. Over 75% of the US population now has 5G coverage, and experts predict 2023 will be the tipping point in 5G coverage.

5G is not just an extension and improvement over 4G wireless. It comes with its own capabilities and infrastructure. Its high throughput and ultra-low latency enable operators to build edge computing that place computing resources at the edge of the network where the data originates. The rise of edge computing, along with 5G, is critical to the next stage of technological advancement.

How will this new collision of edge computing and 5G impact business? We’ve found the industries that will experience the most impact of 5G and edge computing.

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