5G, IoT and Big Data: what do you need to know to understand everything?

5G, IoT and Big Data: what do you need to know to understand everything?

This question is crucial and you understand it. The 5th generation of mobile network technology will be the unmissable event of 2020 in France. You wonder how it differs from 4G. What are its links with IoT and Big data?

All of these acronyms are still new and difficult for you to understand. You would simply like someone to explain to you clearly how these technologies will change your daily life.

5G, IoT and Big Data in the clear

5G is ten times faster and more efficient internet speed than 4G. It is simply beyond measure at present. It goes far beyond anything one can imagine in terms of efficiency, speed, volumes.

IoT, the Internet of Things, brings together all of the connected objects that are already in our daily lives. It includes household tools, robots of all kinds, autonomous cars. 5G should increase their capacities tenfold.

Big Data refers to all the personal data generated by internet connections and by connections with and between connected objects. It is a mass of information that will allow us to better understand the needs and desires of Internet users.

Thanks to Data, 5G is developing IoT

5G brings with it its wave of changes since it is what will allow the development of IoT. Ultra fast and immediate, the connections will increase exponentially. The volume of data that will be generated will grow dramatically in no time. Data will continue to grow . The whole of society will no longer just be ultra connected.

With 5G, we will talk about “connectivity” since it will involve being in immediate contact with all the IoT equipment put on the market, including among others companions or domestic assistants. The environments with which we will be connected simultaneously will be extremely heterogeneous. And by relying on the Data generated, 5G will allow a more rapid deployment of the “Internet of Things”: you will be in immediate connection with all your connected tools.

You can remotely control your autonomous car. We can treat a patient remotely thanks to robots that can interact with each other. The industry will make a considerable technological leap by developing machines that will communicate with each other.

Goods and objects in transit will be traced using sensors and it will be almost impossible to lose them . Real-time interactions will also revolutionize gaming. We can also see films in total immersion.

This will plunge society as a whole into a world where the responses will no longer be rapid, but immediate .

5G for smartphone users

Thanks to 5G, smartphones will benefit from a much faster connection , of the order of 1 GB / second. Much faster than your current plan allows . Information transit time will be almost zero, some speak of a millisecond. The user experience will be responsive and fluid.

This will be in interaction with a whole panel of connected objects , directly from their smartphone: drones, cameras, sensors of all kinds, home automation objects, to name only the best known. The number of simultaneous mobile connections will therefore irreversibly increase.

A mobile user, wherever he is, can instantly load audiovisual content in high or very high definition or enjoy game on demand. And contrary to what one might think, all of these communications will be less energy-consuming . This lower energy consumption means that your phone’s battery will last longer and that the impact of your communications on the environment will be less. Your smartphone will therefore be more ecological than before.

5G promises good times for Geeks and compulsive users of internet tools.

With zero latency and unlimited connectivity, it is now our own imagination that will be challenged to understand the world of 5G. We will have to adapt to the new speed and the flow of data that will pass through our computers and phones.