Upon the launch of 4G, the eventual arrival of 5G was more or less assumed to be inevitable. With that came other assumptions. Obviously, we expect 5G to be “faster.” But how much faster is 5G going to be? What is that going to mean for users? How will it change technology? How does 5G work?
The speed of light is the new benchmark for success in data speeds. The possibilities that new technologies like fiber optics and 5G bring to the table have actually put this mark in our sights, theoretically. But its one thing to match it on paper, and another thing to bring that sort of power to every internet user in the country. Still, falling a bit short of the mark could still be faster than the human mind can think gimme. Right?