Imagine participating in a meeting where 3-D holograms contribute ideas in real time on a digital whiteboard, enhancing collaboration among remote teams. Or managing a grocery store where smart shelves automatically detect low product inventories and submit replacement orders, eliminating the need for an employee. Or strapping on an augmented reality headset and receiving real-time, guided instructions on how to repair a piece of machinery, day or night.
Soon, you may not need to imagine. 5G—the fifth and newest generation of the cellular wireless network—has the power to unlock these and other capabilities in the workplace.
“It’s not simply another ‘G,’ as it has been in previous generations,” says United Kingdom-based Amol Phadke, global…
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