Mihir Bhavsar, VP – IT, Indostar Capital Finance
“5G will renovate speed and reliability of DATA transfer and help to integrate global level solutions. It also promises to bring the trustworthiness, scalability, security and universal mobility across the telecommunication industry, which would boost several services, directly connected to IoT.
One of the unique features of 5G will be the ability to utilize both licensed and unlicensed spectrum as well as shared spectrum.
The high, mid and low or sub-GHz frequencies are used extensively through existing spectrum resources. This incredible flexibility means that 5G will be able to address an unprecedented number of industrial use cases. It acts as a unifying technology, bringing together all the networking capabilities needed to manage the information flow and density at scale. The protocol also lowers power requirements for base communication, extending sensor battery life and viability of many IoT potential use cases. It will also help to reduce the cost, timeline and connectivity in remote areas through high-speed connectivity.
To conclude, 5G signals a tipping point in the evolution of mobile from a most personal technology dominated phenomenon to a platform that enables new classes of advanced applications, foster business innovation and spurs economic growth.”