By now, we are all aware of the extensive benefits of 5G to all the digital possibilities in automating a variety of processes across multiple industry verticals. Aside from the festivities, food and Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales, we are grateful for the monumental strides made in the industry over the last year. Here we highlight the 5 main benefits we are grateful for in 5G-driven digital transformation.
- Improved bandwidth
In telecoms, bandwidth capabilities are the bedrock of connectivity & deliver the luxuries of digitization for all. Reliability, latency, & data loads, are all pillars of the 5G era that have cultivated innovative technologies, services & capabilities unlocking new markets as well as expanding coverage.
- Powering other technologies
The highlight of autonomous, automated networks is the freedom to add game-changing features, products, services & tech at scale, as needed. Pushing forward the vendor-agnostic agenda of future networks is an important foundation for innovation, tailored offerings optimizing customer experiences.
- Optimal mobility through automation
The agile nature of the new networks means that shifts in market trends are no longer operational challenges but rather seeds of change. In simple terms, the potential that AI/ML unlocks in mobility across networks, vendors & architectures gives enterprises more room to grow their offerings & capabilities. Ranging from the possibilities with the metaverse, IoT, eSIM & cloud-native potential. Without automation, “smart” tech wouldn’t even be a conversation!
- Increased security
While digital transformation has countless advantages, the heightened concern around security is inevitable. Ensuring data & network security is an integral part of cloud migration, end-to-end service delivery, as well as billing.
- Lower energy consumption
Aside from the popularized sustainability benefits of automated & autonomous networks allowing for smart tech, regulating energy consumption on account of eliminating waste while idle. Moving forward toward reaching 2030 carbon footprint goals, this is important in the future of networks to optimize resources, et al as needed.