5G Network to Have Speed Limit up to 20Gbps Characterized by ITU

5G Network to Have Speed Limit up to 20Gbps Characterized by ITU!! At a conference in San Diego, International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has agreed that 5G Network to have speed limit up to 20Gbps.  The conference was held from June 10th to 18th, where a 12 member delegation sat to draw up the specifications for the speed of 5G Network.

ITU is the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies – ICTs. ITU is committed to connecting the entire world’s people. ​ITU was founded in Paris in 1865 as the International Telegraph Union. It took its present name in 1934, and in 1947 became a specialized agency of the United Nations. It has 193 Member States, ITU membership includes ICT regulators, many leading academic institutions and some 700 tech companies.

5G Network to Have Speed Limit up to 20Gbps Characterized by ITU !!

Regarding data speeds, union has decided to define 5G as a network which is capable of transmitting data at up to 20 gigabits-per-second, which is 20 times faster than the 1Gbps specification for 4G. This implies for actual client speeds, clients ought to get speeds between 100 to 1000 Mbps, depending upon various elements. This means with such amazing speed, users can download one ultra-superior quality high-definition movie in 10 seconds.

With such high speed 5G network will have the capacity to cater Internet of Things. It will provide more than 100 megabits-per-second average data transmission to over one million Internet of Things devices within 1 square kilometer.

The ITU has decided the name of the 5G Network as IMT-2020, after the IMT-2000 for the third-generation 3G network and the IMT-Advanced for the fourth-generation 4G Network. The official name will be at last endorsed at the ITU’s Radio Assembly in Geneva in October.  The union additionally chose to target commercializing the 5G Network worldwide by 2020.

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