Daniel Reynolds

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As mobile market penetration hits an all-time high, data has become the new oil of our generation. With data consumption skyrocketing, the industry is scrambling to tackle network congestion of existing spectrum bands to keep up with our need for speed.

You may often have experienced such breakdowns in service, especially in highly crowded areas where tons of other people are trying to access online mobile services simultaneously.

Hailed as a gamechanger for next-generation mobile connectivity, 5G marks another great leap forward in data download and upload speeds. 5G promises to nurture the roots of existing infrastructure and set the stage for faster speeds, capacity, low latency, and quality like never before.