What is 5G?

> 10 Gbps Maximum data speed

10-100 times more devices

LOW COST of connectivity

BATTERIES LAST10 years

5G

Internet of Things
everywhere
Mission-critical
Internet of Things
Broadband
of the future
Coverage Mobility Reliable and
secure network

100 Mbps Minimum data speed

10,000-fold increase in wireless traffic

< 1 ms end-to-end network latency

LARGE CAPACITY

RELIABLE

SECURE

There are over 50 billion devices connected to a global mobile network.

Mobile developers believe that in five years the number of connected devices will grow by tenfold.

4G mobile network is not designed to serve the needs of the new generation data connection. 4G mission is to connect people. 5G is built to connect devices and fulfill people’s increasing need for higher data transmission capacities.

5G is a network up to 20 times faster than today’s top speeds. 5G has a latency which is undetectable to human eyes and ears. 5G has a capacity to carry huge data loads. To sum it up – 5G means instant transmission of large amounts of data from any device.

Generations of cellular network technologies

1g
2g
3g
4g
5g

Analog voice service

Digital voice service + SMS (text messaging)Massive increase in the number of mobile connections

Mobile broadband (internet)Multifunctional phones and mobile broadband

Mobile broadband (video)Increasing popularity of smartphones and huge growth of mobile broadband traffic

Massive data traffic with zero latencyInternet of Things, remotely controlled robots, connected cars, ultrafast data connection

~1980~1990~2000~2010~2020

MAIN FEATURES OF 5G

Sustainable

5x Lower latency
10-100x End-user Data Rates

Requirements for 5G Wide application range & versatility

Secure

> 10x Battery Life
10-100x Connected Devices

Massive Internet of Things

> 10 years battery lifetime

> 80% cost reduction

20dB better coverage

Dynamic and
secure network

Dynamic and secure
network slices

Mission-critical IoT

Latency less than 1ms

99,999% transmission reliability

500 kmph relative velocity

5G is a game changer

5G will give birth to new business models enabling businesses to conquer new markets.

5G will create new possibilities. 5G will bring energy costs down while enabling larger capacities. 5G is secure, reliable, and it has much lower latency.

The next generation mobile network will change the game for most industries.

Virtual reality / holograms
Remotely controlled robots
Using drones for delivery
Entertainment anywhere, at any time, without any limits
Self-driving cars

How will 5G technology change our lives?

Broadband and media everywhere

Fast data speeds, even inside buildings and in suburbs

Time-critical cloud services

e-Health & and personal assistant-type robots
New services enabled by fast processing of huge amounts of data

Remote control

Almost zero latency enables remote control of devices and machinery
Device-to-device communication
Remote work spreads to new business areas

Next generation media

VR, AR, UHD+, 360 video 3D
Full experience, regardless of your location

5G

Flexible network, speed & adaptability

Innovation through new level of connectivity
Industrial Internet of Things

Mission-critical services

Security
Autonomous networks
Reliability

Internet that can be touched

Augmented reality = computer-generated image on a user's view of the real world
Transmission of physical sensations

Widespread and mission-critical Internet of Things, IoT

Two main features of IoT will most likely be its wide reach and mission-critical communication between devices

In the first case we are talking about huge applications without direct access to power lines. Mission-critical services are related to safety, security and integrity – systems where reliability is the priority, e.g. Remote surgeries or self-driving cars.

SMART HOUSES
LOGISTICS AND TRACKING
SMART MEASUREMENTS
SMART AGRICULTURE
Local sensor networks

WIDESPREAD IoT

REMOTELY CONTROLLED HEALTH SERVICES
TRAFFIC SAFETY
REMOTE CONTROL OF INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT
PRODUCTION, training, REMOTE SURGERIES

MISSION-CRITICAL IoT

LOW COST, LOW ENERGY CONSUMPTION
LOW DATA TRAFFIC MANY DEVICES
EXTREMELY RELIABLE
VERY LOW LATENCY
VERY HIGH ACCESSIBILITY

5G in Europe

According to current plans, 5G network will be built out by 2020. Telia Company and Ericsson have entered into partnership to build joint 5G networks in Stockholm and Tallinn, which will be available to customers in 2018. Drawing on each other’s competency, the companies will create 5G usage scenarios, including building test sites for testing new solutions and demands with remarkable business potential.

Telia & Ericsson’s 5G journey

5G cooperation
begins

LTE speed tests
in lab conditions (1 Gbps)

Joint agreement
for developing IoT

5G Field tests
Record low latency,
high speeds

LTE reaches 757Mbps
in tests

Making Tallinn and Stockholm even more Connected & Innovative

Telia and Ericsson began working on 5G on January 22, 2016. Already in October 2016 the first field tests were conducted in Stockholm. This was the first 5G testing project in Europe. In our vision, Tallinn and Stockholm will become the most connected cities in the world.

Telia and Ericsson are currently developing 5G usage scenarios and applications, including IoT services which will be able to expand today’s business models.

5G will revolutionize the world’s economy, because the new data transmission technology will open doors for completely new business models, innovation, and digitalization on a scale never seen before.

Telia and Ericsson plan to open the 5G network to a limited number of users already in 2018 in Tallinn and Stockholm.

Intel as a 5G developer

Intel is investing consistently in 5G technology development.

In the next few years, 5G will fundamentally transform our lives, bringing us a society and environment where everything is smarter and more connected. From smart cities to intelligent wind farms, agriculture, and hospitals, the Internet of Things and connected infrastructures will generate zettabytes of data from an estimated 50 billion devices—more than there are people on earth. Intel is here to help you connect and make sense of it all.

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