Even the ongoing global health crisis hasn’t stopped 5G from finally becoming a reality. Nearly a decade in the making, this next-generation network promises tons of benefits, from exponentially faster download and upload speeds to quicker latency. Much of this technology has been made possible by advancements in the design of power delivery systems, with integrated circuit technology allowing output signals that are in the multi-gigahertz range. These developments have a great impact on not just the technology we can develop, but on how we use existing technology as well. So here are some of the ways 5G will change how we use our devices:
Over the years, technology has evolved to become more intuitive and easier to use. As companies today are quickly adjusting to the new norm of remote workforces, technology offers new ways to address the changing face of work, keeping teams and employees engaged, collaborative and productive. Right now, we’re witnessing how relatively simple innovations make technology not only accessible to more people, but more adaptive to our needs.
We are now well into 2020, and the world continues to face a once-in-a-century global pandemic. The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has altered nearly every aspect of our personal and professional lives. As the business world reels from the disruptions generated by COVID-19, it has become more clear than ever that AI is no longer a “nice-to-have” technology for the modern enterprise.
As AI and 4K rise in adoption on smart video cameras, these higher video resolutions are driving the demand for more data to be stored on-camera. Today’s security cameras often record video continuously in 1080p, but 4K-compliant cameras are projected to make up over 24 percent of all network cameras shipped by 2023. 1 That means more bits of data generated – up to 5.7x for 4K versus 1080p video – and represents a fast-growing desire for reliable storage onboard security cameras.2