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According to Deloitte Consulting, the number of networked devices may reach “29.3 billion by 2023—more than three devices for every human being on the planet.” (Deloitte Consulting, 2020). 5G is not just about your phone, it is a transformational tool that will enable new use cases that will transform the way we manage business and infrastructure. Automation and robotics, telehealth, and augmented reality all promise a new opportunity for productivity.

“70 to 90% of carriers’ data traffic arises when subscribers are indoors.” – GartnerGroup

Since the global COVID-19 pandemic began, industries have been forced to innovate and create new operational models for stay-at-home workers. And high-bandwidth connectivity has become a critical tool for digital transformation.
While there are numerous industries that will benefit from “full 5G Inside,” accelerated demand for next-generation applications is being driven by a few market segments that are talking the lead. These include healthcare, real estate and retail.

Telecom

Delivering customer satisfaction and retention through the full 5G experience

Healthcare

Redefining the doctor-patient relationship through digital imaging and telemedicine

Industrial IOT

Scalability and productivity through industrial automation and Industry 4.0

Home | MDU

Empowering home workers and creating value for property owners

Retail

Enhancing the shopper experience through augmented reality

Metaverse

Immersive gaming, streaming content, A/R, V/R experiences for the Metaverse

Telecom

Service providers and mobile operators are deploying 5G services to meet demand for next-generation applications and services for both consumers and businesses. Service providers recognize that 5G and other high-frequency network services will greatly enhance the customer experience fostering brand loyalty and trust.



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Healthcare

Digital healthcare promises to reshape our relationship with healthcare providers and the hospital enabling new services and an opportunity to redefine the doctor-patient relationship. In-building connectivity is an important tool to enable next-generation applications and services like telemedicine and digital surgery.


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Industrial IOT

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) will enable the interconnectivity of sensors and instruments for industrial applications allowing manufacturers to collect both analog and digital data in a fusion platform for insight and intelligence.

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Home & Multi-Unit Dwellings

Multi-dwelling units or MDUs are a housing classification where multiple separate housing units are contained within one building or several buildings in a campus or complex. MDUs include apartments and condominiums, but also may include mixed-use facilities and campus environments.


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Retail

The growth of online shopping has challenged traditional retailers to enhance the customer experience and create tools that bring the shopper back to the mall and retail center. Shoppers today cannot filter and search across multiple products and retail lines like they do on Amazon.com. 5G and augmented reality (AR) promise to make the retail experience more engaging.




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Metaverse

The Metaverse promises to reinvent immersive gaming and entertainment. But the implications for business are real, as well. Companies are looking to digital twins and the Metaverse for product design and manufacturing. The convergence of technologies such as augmented reality, virtual reality and artificial intelligence will fuel the Metaverse value chain and create business use cases for online worlds.



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