Fifth generation technology, or 5G, will significantly enhance the performance of your business's Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) systems. That's because 5G networks have much higher speeds, greater capacity, and reduced latency than 4G LTE networks.
Much more of VoIP’s potential would be tapped by businesses, thanks to the enhancements that 5G will bring about.
VoIP calls rely heavily on sufficient download and upload speeds. For example, when mobile VoIP users on 4G networks are limited to 12 Mbps upload and 2 Mbps download speeds, they experience unstable and poor call connectivity and clarity.
Mobile connectivity is a top priority for personal and business users alike. 5G, or fifth-generation wireless systems, will change not only people’s daily routines but also the way small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) operate. Here are three main ways that 5G will change VoIP for SMBs.
Improved Video Conferencing
The major factor holding web and video conferencing back is how fast current networks can transmit data.
Our craving for data seems to increase every year, fueling the constant advancements in wireless technology. The latest is 5G, an abbreviation for the fifth-generation wireless systems, and it is set to transform VoIP for the better. Here are three ways it will do that.
Your technology needs to produce a return on investment. If it doesn’t, you’re wasting you and your staff’s time and money. But how can you ensure you gain that coveted ROI you’re after? What does it actually mean to have a positive ROI? And how can you tell if you have one? Here are a few tips for calculating the true costs of a new technology investment.