5G, ARE WE GOING FORWARDS OR BACKWARD?

5G, BOTS, Technology / By Gal Ben-Tovim / April 24, 2019

Mankind is speeding up connectivity for a number of inherent reasons.

Today, what has become of utmost importance is instant connectivity — from browsing the web to online gaming to internet banking, etc. These are all instances where we expect easy and instant access — free from delays, buffering and lags.

But, what about performing heart transplants endoscopically at the opposite end of the globe? Or air mapping for drone operations and regulating their airspace? Or self-driving cars that need connectivity to sense the environment and ensure passenger safety? These are, just to name a few, essential tasks hankering after instant connectivity.

So, instant connectivity has become a highly valued ‘commodity’ which goes beyond the sphere of day-to-day communications. Instant connectivity means the implicit need for faster connectivity and, in turn, faster-surfing speed.

Up until now, the more people there are surfing the web, the less bandwidth there is. However, 5G is breaking this mold. 5G promises faster connectivity options. 5G, unlike 4G which uses 6GHz, will use 30 to 300 GHz. This high frequency will propel network connectivity by approximately 20 times that of 4G.https://www.lifewire.com/5g-vs-4g-4156322

Today, what has become of utmost importance is instant connectivity — from browsing with the introduction of 5G, we can expect new applications and methods that will strongly accelerate development in our society, allowing for increased productivity and a more connected and smarter future.

However, at what expense? We must ask ourselves this important question: With the world moving forward to 5G and propelling speeds even faster than before, is our personal data safe?

Focus, now more than ever, needs to be honed in on cybersecurity.

Faster connectivity = more network endpoints= more openings for hackers to penetrate the web to online gaming to internet banking, etc. These are all instances where we expect easy and instant access — free from delays, buffering and lags.

But, while this might sound frightening, this doesn’t mean you will need to throw away your router or devices and become a hermit. But, it does mean that you will need to implement better forms of cyber-security.

Companies are now moving towards blockchain solutions that are able to provide higher levels of security because of distribution and encryption.hat about performing heart transplants endoscopically at the opposite end of the globe? Or air mapping for drone operations and regulating their airspace? Or self-driving cars that need connectivity to sense the environment and ensure passenger safety? These are, just to name a few, essential tasks hankering after instant connectivity.

One example of a company that provide autonomous, distributed and real-time solutions using intelligent bots is PAI-TECH. They have cracked the code for preventing data breaches and hacking on the 5G network. This gives you peace of mind to get out your figurative surfboards and ready yourself to crank some big net waves — things are about to get a whole lot faster.

For skeptics who are worried about security and hacks, take a look at new blockchain options for cyber-security. They will safeguard all your personal data and transactions.

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