Ever since the announcement of 5G in Malaysia, Malaysians have been adapting to the evolution of 5G. So, let’s get to know how would 5G change the evolution of wireless services.
5G is the fifth generation of wireless technology. It is designed to enhance cellular services over 4G LTE networks in terms of speed, latency reduction, and flexibility. It has been claimed to be one of the fastest, most efficient technologies the world has ever seen.
Thus, this will lead to a significant impact on our lives in terms of work and even play such as downloading at a faster pace and lesser lagging happening. Businesses should become more productive and consumers should have faster access to more information due to 5G speed and other connection advantages.
4G LTE speed could not be compared with 5G fast lightning speed. It can transfer data as quickly as light and this is a benefit for companies who transfer a bulk of data every minute. With the help of 5G, those data can easily be transferred in less than minutes even larger files can be transferred within seconds.
5G are effectively using the cloud so all devices (mobile phones, computers, etc.) will depend less on the internal memory. You can quickly upload a lot of data to the cloud and any authorized user can access it even if they are separated by geographical distance, 5G can help to connect them with each other.
Compared with 3G, 4G and other earlier wireless systems, 5G are more secure and tighter security. 5G is more capable of protecting your identity, accounts and any personal information online. Your connection will be shielded from rogue devices that may capture phone calls by mimicking cell towers because your ID with 5G is encrypted making it harder for hackers and spammers to intercept and steal all your data. So 5G in Malaysia can seriously help to reduce all the hacking cases that have been happening lately.
With 5G in Malaysia, stable connections is a promised because 5G cover a larger area than 4G. This is because 5G network coverage in Malaysia has reached 33.2% of populated areas and according to the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), 5G in Malaysia is on track to achieve the 80% target set by the government by 2024.
A larger coverage area will definitely benefit Malaysian with its stable transmission capabilities and consumers will never experience unsteady and rocky. This is perfect for companies that highly depend on the internet to run their managements.
Not only 5G in Malaysia will help people not to deal with buffers while watching videos but this will also benefit the environment as well. 5G is environmentally friendly because it allows us to reduce our energy and emissions, so we will not be a major negative impact on the environment.
5G will have the ability to power up and power down accordingly to the usage of connections because of the multiple devices connected to each other. Besides, 5G also allows us to download data efficiently without using too much energy use and emissions.
For a 10-year period, Celcom Axiata (AXIA.KL), DiGi Telecommunications (DSOM.KL), Telekom Malaysia (TLMM.KL), and U Mobile signed agreements to access the 5G network operated by the government-run Digital Nasional Berhad (DNB).
YTL Communications takes it far beyond in supporting 5G by letting Malaysians experience 5G connectivity with friends and family at Lot 10 in Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur. YTL Communications’ Yes Experience Store is fully powered by 5G connectivity.
These are the list of devices that support 5G for you who are interested to try the new evolution of 5G in Malaysia.
So, will you be a part of the new evolution of 5G in Malaysia? Find out more about 5G at the Digital Nasional Berhad website.
(Source: The Star, The Edge Markets, IOT Solutions, LTE to 5G, Digital Nasional Berhad)
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