5G promises much higher bandwidth capacity that could exceed 1 to 2 Gbps, has a tenfold speed cap increase to 300 Mbps, and a significant decrease in communication latency, which could go as low as a couple milliseconds (compared to its predecessor 4G which had an average latency of approximate 25 to 40 milliseconds). While 5G will open the floodgates for a breadth of new Internet of Things (IoT) applications aided by high-speed connections and added tech features, it will still have some hurdles to overcome security-wise. The good news is, however, that some vital security options will be part of the first 5G wave.
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