Views: 1487 Author: James Wu Publish Time: 2020-10-07 Origin: Site
On Sep 1st, 2020, China Telecom, one of China's biggest mobile carriers, joined the Global XR Content Telecom Alliance which includes South Korean cellular carrier LG U+, Japan's KDDI, Bell Canada, US chipmaker Qualcomm, as well as Canadian VR firm Felix & Paul Studios and France's Atlas V. The establishment of the Global XR Content Telecom Alliance aims to increase investment in high-quality XR content and support high-quality original XR content for the next generation of media and entertainment content and applications in the 5G era.
At last year's 5G innovation and cooperation conference, China Telecom once demonstrated various commercial forms of 5G, covering all aspects of our daily life. For example: 5G tourism, 5G media, 5G medical, 5G education, 5G police, 5G intelligent ecology, etc. By using the high bandwidth characteristics of 5G network, the high-definition video can be transmitted back to assist the remote expert guidance; and the low delay characteristic of 5G network is applied to the precise control of remote robot innovatively to achieve a high degree of cooperation between man and machine, so that the manipulator can realize rapid response in special scenes.
With evolution of 5G and IoT like technologies, the telecommunications industry is changing significantly. 2019 was a year in which telecom service providers advertised 5G and made child strides towards the promise of innovation. While 5G adoption is still in its outset, 2020 will keep on observing the expansion of 5G services and abilities over a wide range of verticals, reaching smartphones, however enveloping IoT, Cloud, and the sky's the limit from there. As per the GSMA, the number of worldwide IoT connections is relied upon to outperform 25 billion by 2025. Whole industries are getting connected; smart buildings, smart factories, smart hospitals, smart cars and smart transportation are largely making new associated conceivable outcomes and services which will help assemble a better world.
5G and the Internet of Things (IoT) are among the key advances set to make a much greater and broader landscape of enterprise opportunity for telecom organizations. 5G will permit telecom organizations to differentiate their contributions by empowering embedded connectivity with products and services. With the appearance of 5G, they have to become connected industry orchestrators and make arrangements that can be monetized over an industry vertical. As Smart City and IoT arrangements keep on developing, telecom organizations can envision a large number of micro-transactions a minute streaming over their networks and that demands another model for adaptation.
To receive the rewards of a data-driven approach, new information produced from IoT sensors and connected devices must be analyzed appropriately. For telecom organizations, having the information is one thing, however, extricating valuable output that can control actions is another and something telecom organizations must plan for likewise. A key spotlight must be on building up the ability to record and wire all the information from the billions of varied touch points and make it right away accessible for cutting edge and flexible questioning.
5G and wireless technology are destined to enter these industrial spaces and solve these challenges both physically and virtually. 5G improves bandwidth reliability and resiliency in industrial systems. Network packets in 5G ultra-reliable communication systems will hit service performance reliability expectations 99.99% of the time. The extremely low latency and correlating improved throughput with 5G will expand a variety of workloads while enabling new applications. Advancements in network slicing will usher in new ways of delivering applications to the use cases they underpin.
These converging innovations will have a profound impact on industrial companies and manufacturers alike, with IoT and other supporting technologies only expediting innovation and business value within an organization's walls and out in the field.
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