As PTA has announced the release of 5G in Pakistan by 2020, many people are wondering about the importance of 5G technology for Pakistan.
But what does 5G stands for?
5G means fifth-generation wireless technology and it provides a better speed consistently, despite having unstable signals and download speeds of over 100Mbs.
The Importance of 5G Technology for Pakistan
We’re approaching CES and expectations about a new series of driverless cars and A.I (Artificial Intelligence) are converting into reality.
All these leaps require wireless networking with greater speed than you get on 4G networks.
Moreover, information technology is booming in the country at a fast pace and broadband penetration increased from three percent to twenty-seven percent in the last two years. This shows a great potential in the industry which will be further capitalized by the launch of 5G technology. The government also aims to make a digital Pakistan to establish a digital economy through IT, freelance, start-ups, e-commerce and mobile apps.
5G for A Smartphone User
The rapid increase of smartphone users will spur the demand of 5G, as this technology will not only allow to load a 4k content on phone, but actually allow you to download and upload the same content at a fast pace.
5G for Gamers
Load shedding is not a new phenomenon in Pakistan, and most people prefer to spend those dark moments on their phone screens or laptops. Whether you play online games on phone or laptop, you need to be certain about having good ping which will ensure smooth gaming all over that moment.
Pakistan’s Benefit from The Technology
This new technology is not limited to country borders, infect different companies are looking to stretch their working limits and expanding into international markets. Therefore, if this technology is introduced in Pakistan, it will surely make its way into the local Pakistani market.
Such developments will definitely spur growth in the technological development of Pakistan and entrench new platforms where global companies can offer 5G services to Pakistani consumers.