GIGABYT will illustrate the key functions and applications that made 5G a highly anticipated technology evolution, and the pivotal role MEC (Multi-access Edge Computing) plays in bringing 5G into our lives. Let’s take a digital tour to experience the splendid 5G future, enabled by GIGABYTE’s edge computing solutions!
Advanced[Video] CES 2020 Booth Tour
Our CES booth is luminously lit to disseminate a futuristic aura, and live at the booth are tech demos available for visitors to touch and experience. On the show floor are our product experts providing insights and sharing technology experience. Let's take a look at how you can find your smart innovations in GIGABYTE's solutions!
Recently, 5G communications technology has been frequently talked about in relation to various major industries – it even seems that in order to keep up with technology trends, everything should be connected with 5G! When discussing 5G however, key features such as high bandwidth, low latency and high connection density must definitely be mentioned. As the coming of 5G will revolutionize our future lives, let’s understand more clearly about 5G directly from some real-world examples! And what key role does GIGABYTE play in this next generation communications technology?
When everything in the world becomes connected to the internet, human society will become a huge, highly intelligent organism. The “brain” of this organism will be the cloud, and its limbs will be a variety of end applications such as smart phones, AI-enabled robots, self-driving cars and smart factories.
5G communications has been a very hot topic in recent years. Due to some of the key attributes such as faster data transfer rate, low latency and high connectivity, people can start to develop applications including industry 4.0, autonomous cars, and build a smart city etc. However, until the day comes when 5G is widely applied in our everyday technologies, people still wonder what exactly is 5G? How is it different from 4G? Despite a proclaimed faster data transfer rate, how will it impact the next tech evolution?