In this video, we’ll be discussing 5G – more specifically, what it is and its ability to change our world!

5G is a core technology in establishing the digital infrastructure of the future and will be essential in how all of the over 50 billion mobile and connected devices by 2020 will communicate together!

[0:25-2:55] First we'll take a quick look at the history of mobile networks, and how they have evolved over the
years to present day.

[2:55-14:20] Following that, we'll focus on the technologies a 5G network is composed of and the improvements in speed,
latency, bandwidth and energy consumption they will bring.

[14:20-23:40] Finally, we'll discuss the transition process from 4G LTE networks to 5G as well as the timeframe for the release of
5G to the public.

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Soundtrack ➤

♫ 00:00 "Falling Deeper" by Kisnou (feat. Blure)

♫ 00:20 "If I'm Wrong" by HOME

♫ 02:50 "The Memory Module" by Burn Water

♫ 08:45 "Resonance" by HOME

♫ 13:15 "Call to Earth" by Burn Water

♫ 17:40/19:00 "Butterfly Culture" by Benjamin Francis Leftwich (Burn Water Remix)

♫ 21:30 "New Machines" by HOME

♫ 23:45 "June" by Aire Atlantica

Producer ➤ Ankur Bargotra


    • ShamanKish

      Can you speak faster?

      about 1 day ago
    • Antonio Jaime
      Antonio Jaime In reply to ShamanKish

      You can increase the playback speed

      about 8 hours ago
    • Leonard Shaw
      Leonard Shaw

      Topic : What about band decoupling.

      about 4 days ago
    • Faisal

      Google loon

      about 14 days ago
    • G-MAC Johnson
      G-MAC Johnson

      It's going to take a couple years because we're going to use a 4G LTE advance and 5G

      about 18 days ago

      lol 5g is literally coming out this year, and some places in Japan already has it,

      about 7 days ago
    • partywrestler

      nyc doesn't have enough atennas yet

      about 18 days ago
    • Clinton Lunn
      Clinton Lunn

      ...I keep getting the image of how now everyone can over pay for tickets and while in the stadium look at their phone the whole time ignoring the event.

      about 20 days ago
    • Zoheb Bilal
      Zoheb Bilal

      Excellent explanation👍🏻

      about 23 days ago
    • Justice Forall
      Justice Forall

      If this is so, then I think that Nextel should make a comeback. It be nice to hear that “chirp”again. Imagine people, in the business world, connecting and communicating all over, faster than you can dial the number. That’s what I’m interested in. A lot of phone companies and smartphones tried to copy Nextel, but wasn’t really successful. Nobody did it better. Just sayin’.

      about 24 days ago
    • Regal Perchenko
      Regal Perchenko

      4G costs $45 dollars a month. That's on auto pay. Mint offers 4G for $20 a month, but only for three months, then it reverts to $45 a month. So why bother switching. $45 a month = $540 a year for 4G. Why pay more?

      about 24 days ago
    • Saskia van Houtert
      Saskia van Houtert

      Very futuristic is wireless comsumption, even a car can be wireless upgraded, so why don´t we do that now.
      Thanks for this information about upgrading with 5 G or more in the future.

      about 26 days ago
    • Mom! !!
      Mom! !!

      Watching this with my HSDPA phone at 240p LOL

      about 27 days ago
    • ramon oliveras
      ramon oliveras

      Defined parameters may not be available up until 2020, however kudos to the evolution of frequencies from the radio up until now. Science and math important factors for the new generation to take hold, and be up to the challenges, change and evolving is everlasting. Thank you for the loading of this technology, which i will pass to the much needed new generation to as they say "woke up". Learn intuitively and never let the critics hold u back.🖱📟🔌🗞📡🔭💰

      about 29 days ago
    • Mushi John shrooms
      Mushi John shrooms

      Resurrection is near my father created the tree of knowledge (cell towers) we all take bytes of information from our apple devices

      about 1 month ago
    • J Kay
      J Kay

      Yes 5g, the next thing 10g. All nonsense!

      about 1 month ago
    • Fernando Chapa
      Fernando Chapa

      paid advertising

      about 1 month ago
    • Not You
      Not You

      awesome. Amazon ads at the speed of light:)

      about 1 month ago
    • Lucas Teixeira
      Lucas Teixeira

      It looks like the cost for mobile carries to implement the network upgrades will be higher as more antenas are required. It means They will not do it - at least on big scale. When you see a chart showing 2G is still in high usage it doesn’t mean users don’t have 3G or 4G capable devices, it means carries didn’t upgrade their network at their locations.

      1ms latency is a false advertisement. That delay is to the antena, not to your website or game server. You can’t beat the speed of light or short the distance to a server by putting a faster antena.

      Super download/upload speeds doesn’t really matter unless you are downloading/uploading big files or being a server.

      Carries will continue to give you only 2 GB of data/month (or whatever they offer you today).

      5G can’t change the quality for the entire network, just the edge (device to antena). All the 5G buzz makes it look like all the connections issues will go away.

      30ghz, 90ghz frequency? My 5ghz WiFi can’t cross one floor at home. This thing can only be justified and useful in places with 0 barriers. Maybe inside stadiums on World Cup games.

      How can 3D beaming work for 1 million users at the same time? That is a genuine question. I don’t know. That equipment sounds expensive, what will increase even more the adoption by carries.

      The only thing I can see happening is mobile carries improving they existent LTE network and selling it as 5G. As they already do for improved 3G networks and sell as 4G. On the other side device manufacturers will use the buzz to sell technology no one will use. Just like 3D TVs. Which marketing department doesn’t love a new keyword they can explore to promote their products?

      about 1 month ago
    • Zahaan Javaid
      Zahaan Javaid

      Dude u re great

      about 1 month ago
    • Apex Mechanix
      Apex Mechanix

      I am so fucking happy to be alive right now. The future is now!!! We are living it! The Singularity is near! Bring me the nanotechnology, A.I., and full on virtual reality!

      about 1 month ago
    • keecefly

      I'm holding out for 6G. 😶

      about 1 month ago
    • Bin Xaver
      Bin Xaver

      The price of Huawei or ZTE products will be very expensive for us!
      Real Price = goverment subsidized price now +Vulnerability of our infrastructure in the future

      about 1 month ago
    • thorsten

      Simple, it's the 5. Wave

      about 1 month ago
    • Rob Watt
      Rob Watt

      How will this effect the existing cable providers, or will the speed be held back on purpose?

      about 1 month ago
    • redredwine1277

      Men are becoming smart, God is coming soon. Thanks for sharing

      about 1 month ago
    • O. Jackson-Bey
      O. Jackson-Bey

      Besides it was a Muur who invented the cellphone not some EUROPEAN

      about 1 month ago
    • CRYPTO Kids
      CRYPTO Kids

      Dude you had me hook loved

      about 2 months ago
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      about 2 months ago
    • Baby huge mouth
      Baby huge mouth

      Can wait to have faster orgasm :))
      That's all that matters, after that I can die laughing!

      about 2 months ago
    • Sebastian Nowakowski
      Sebastian Nowakowski

      Well done skynet, well done...

      about 2 months ago
    • FuZZbaLLbee

      1 millisecond delay, that would be a better option for gaming then my fixed internet connection.

      about 2 months ago