5G: THE
BUSINESS CASE

FUELING INNOVATION

Whether you need to brush up on your 5G knowledge or make the case to your leadership, you're in the right place to learn why 5G is essential to faster innovation and better business outcomes.


In addition to the "why" you'll also learn some of the "how." Like how spectrum plays a role in 5G's unique capabilities. How 5G enables new levels of insight. How 5G complements (or competes with) other technologies—case in point: our article on 5G vs. Wi-Fi 6.

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5G beyond the walls of business

Business breakthroughs don't just happen inside a company's walls or within the reach of Wi-Fi. See why now is a great time to lay your foundation for what's next by exploring tailored 5G connectivity, solutions, and partnerships for your business needs.

How 5G enables excellent experiences for customers and employees alike.

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In a world of rising expectations, businesses are using 5G to accelerate innovation.

With a combination of low, mid, and high-band spectrum, 5G is helping businesses deliver digital capabilities that are improving employee productivity and reinventing the customer experience.

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Why 5G and Wi-Fi 6 are better together.

Fast, reliable connectivity is paramount to digital transformation. Both 5G and Wi-fi 6 offer advantages for business—with even bigger advantages when used together.

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Why mid-band matters.

With a balance of speed, capacity, coverage, and penetration, mid-band spectrum is arguably the most useful band of 5G. Find out why here.

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Let’s talk about spectrum: More bands make a better network.

If you’re considering the fascinating use cases powered by 5G, you’ll want to understand how multiple frequency bands support them.

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Approaching zero: Taking 5G latency to the limit.

How close can we get to zero network latency? Find out here—and learn what becomes possible as we approach zero.

How 5G enables efficiency and scale.

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Fueling breakthroughs in efficiency, flexibility, and scalability.

Businesses are embracing innovative technologies like robotics and AI to increase productivity, improve safety, and reduce costs. And they’re doing so with the help of 5G private networks and multi-access edge computing.

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Prioritizing connectivity with 5G network slicing.

This emerging feature can carve up cellular bandwidth to create unique, logical, and virtualized networks over a multi-domain infrastructure—opening up innovative, efficient services across industries.

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Six ways 5G private networks can help your business.

A 5G private network can offer your business increased data privacy, high-performance mobility, and more.

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5G and MEC: A more responsive business system.

Multi-access edge computing brings enterprise applications closer to where data is created, reducing latency. See this Gartner® infographic report to learn how you can leverage edge computing to maximize the value of your data with speed and insight.

Gartner is a registered trademark of Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and internationally and is used herein with permission. All rights reserved.  Gartner, Infographic: Understanding Edge Computing, Refreshed 5 April 2022, Published 4 June 2021, Thomas Bittman

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A new level of automation.

The low-latency connectivity of 5G is powerful enough to support robots in smart factories, automated inventory management systems, and more.

How 5G improves insights and decision making.

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5G is giving businesses a leg up on the competition. And then some.

With IoT and AI, 5G is unlocking new data-driven insights—and helping businesses navigate supply chain issues, identify emerging trends, and deploy predictive maintenance.

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How 5G will enable responsive AI.

From autonomous robots to smart cameras that can detect safety hazards, 5G-enabled AI applies data and insights in new ways for businesses.

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Unlocking industry 4.0.

5G-enabled IoT is revolutionizing the manufacturing industry with its massive wireless connectivity.

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Five ways 5G makes IoT better.

When combined with 5G, IoT offers businesses even greater benefits that weren’t possible before.

How 5G technology drives future innovations.

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Accelerating key insights and actions with URLLC.

From factory automation to better healthcare outcomes, 5G will benefit businesses well beyond the smartphone. Ultra-reliable low-latency communications are a big reason why.

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Massive sensing, bigger insights.

An increasingly connected, sensor-driven world demands connectivity that can scale with it. Massive machine type communications in 5G will be part of the answer.

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