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DNS and Wireless 5G and Beyond

(Salem, Massachusetts - ROC (Taiwan) Student Association of MIT)

Wireless 5G is expected to reach more than 40 percent global population coverage and 1.5 billion subscriptions for enhanced mobile broadband by the end of 2024. This will make 5G the fastest generation of cellular technology to be rolled out on a global scale. There’s no doubt that 5G will have a profound effect on the future of technology and connectivity. 

Amongst other goals, 5G aims to provide new performance targets for Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), as well as uninterrupted connectivity for Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communications (URLLC). Consequently, the implementation of 5G will require more than a simple update to the radio access network (RAN), which connects devices to the network via radio connections. Improved performance and latency in a 5G network will instead require a completely new vision and architecture.



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