5G helps healthcare providers in giving improved care to patients outside hospitals and clinics through high-quality real-time videos.
4G, cellular technology, enabled applications such as high definition TV on mobile and video conferencing could be possible.However, due to an increasing number of users sharing the available capacity, actual speed experiences are much lower.
Although, applicable in both situations—when the device is stationary and non-stationary, 4G would not be able to support the growing network of users that are bound to grow further.
Even the Internet Of Things (IoT) applications are bound to increase to such an extent that 5G New Radio (NR) will be inevitable.
5G New Radio (NR), the generation succeeding 4G, comes with a wider bandwidth to allow these devices to connect to the network.
5G enables the transmission of multiple data streams without much interference. 5G Speed is ten to a hundred times faster compared to the current standard. 5G’s ultra-low latency means that there is a reduction in time taken for data to travel from sender to receiver.