It was a huge deal when wireless carriers started launching 4G/LTE less than a decade ago—not just because of the speeds for consumer downloading and streaming, but for the broader implications of those speeds. LTE was the promise of telemedicine, enhanced technology for first responders, smart home technology and a lot more. And to an extent, we’ve reaped the benefits of the faster wireless connectivity the standard offers.
The introduction of 5G technologies could not come at a better time. With the advent of the
Internet of Things came the need to be able to effectively connect, manage and integrate smart devices into businesses’ network architectures.