Our 5G Network towers (antennas) and nodes will use 100% renewable energy and not be subject to the power outages and downtimes of traditional "grid" service providers. This higher reliability and access to ultra wideband speeds that have reached 1 Gigabit per second will enable consumers and business owners to greatly improve their data transfers and digital communications abilities.
IT experts predict devices (computers, phones, tablets, etc.) will have the ability to realize download speeds up to 1 terabyte per second (1Tbps) in the relatively near future.
One terabyte is 1,000 gigabytes (actually 1,024 but referred to as 1,000).
Here are the calculations and jargon with this technology:
Bit - A bit (short for binary digit) is the smallest unit of data in a computer.
A bit has a single binary value, either 0 or 1.
Byte - one byte is a group of 8 binary digits.
Kilobyte - KB stands for Kilobyte.
A kilobyte is 1024 bytes so 1KB equal to 1,024 x 8 = 8,192 binary digits.
Megabyte (MB) - MB stands for Megabyte.
It’s a unit of computer storage. 1 MB is equal to 1024 kilobyte (KB)
Gigabyte ( GB) - 1 GB is equal to 1,024 MB
Terabyte (TB) - 1 TB is equal to 1,024 GB
Petabyte (PB) - 1 PB is equal to 1,024 TB.
Major cell service providers are claiming they'll deploy 5G (ultra wideband) to rural areas by 2025 that will offer 100Mbps. With bandwidth increasing and download times accelerating, rural Americans having only 100Mbps service levels will experience significant "buffering" and delays when contrasted to urban users who can interact at 1Tbps (10,240 times faster). It's easy to see why the major carriers' promises to offer rural communities 100Mbps is woefully insufficient.
Further, current 3G and 4G devices aren't compatible with 5G.
Users will have to buy new ones.
5G can support up to 1,000,000 devices per square kilometer.
4G only 10% of that (100,000).
The four major cell service providers have announced plans to rollout 5G in 2019 with major metropolitan areas first and rural areas last. We will focus on developing "always on" 5G Network services for mid size and smaller communities that are more effective and cost-efficient.
Our innovations and 100% clean energy enhancement will be attractive features for both consumers and for the large retail companies that will want to deploy their services by leasing our towers and offering connectivity to hard-to-reach places.
We will work with municipalities to ensure quality services at affordable prices.
5G will benefit rural areas most but receive this technology upgrade last.
Kansas Freedom Farms will solve this problem.
One of the world’s first 5G commercial networks will launch in Finland on January 1. For Finnish telecommunications companies like Nokia, the super-fast network means big business - and a chance to win back a spot at the top of the mobile communications industry.
CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze reports from Helsinki.
Imagine playing a co-op shooter like Fortnite Battle Royale or PUB-G on a VR headset… in real-time, with zero lag… all through your phone, while travelling in a fleet of self-driving cars going 200 miles an hour. Sit tight, because the future of gaming, and everything else, is about to change forever. Say hello to 5G!