Statistics show that more than 70% of services in 4G occur indoors, and industry predictions show that this percentage will surpass 80% as 5G spread service diversity and extends business boundaries. Based on this, we can see that Indoor 5G mobile networks will become an essential part of operators’ core competitiveness.
Most people spend indoors more than half of their time every day. 5G will usher in the possibilities of home VR, holographic communication, and HD mobile office services, driving potential user demands. Cloud VR live broadcasting of games, athletic events, and concerts delivers an immersive, near-real-life experience for users.
5G will be closely related to vertical industries, which were completely independent of each other in the past. For example, as different as the automobile and communications industries may be, in the 5G era they can spawn applications such as remote vehicle diagnosis, remote driving, and automatic driving. Together with operators and partners, Huawei has embarked on explorations of 5G applications in dozens of vertical industries, including but not limited to, smart new media, smart mining, smart port, smart factory, smart healthcare, smart grid, smart education, city security, electric unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), smart agriculture, and smart IoV. With the global deployment of 5G and the participation of more partners, 5G is going to create cross-industry applications.
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