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Big Data and 5G: Where Does This Intersection Lead?

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Big Data and 5G: Where Does This Intersection Lead?


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Big data and its impact on our privacy is one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century.With the advent of 5G and its impressive capabilities, let's explore what effects this next generation of networking will have on big data, the development of smart cities, and above all, our online security.

As big data deals with extremely large data sets, making connections much faster and more reliable will increase capabilities enormously.

Most of us are already contributing to data generation on a daily basis by using IoT devices. Last year, the global IoT market value was $690 billion, and it is estimated that by 2025 the market will grow to approx. $1,300 billion.

Currently, speed and latency limitations mean that IoT devices have to rely on their own processors and internal memory. With 5G, it will be possible to do much of the computing in the cloud, making IoT devices cheaper and empowering big data to an unprecedented degree.

This is just one aspect — data collection capabilities would improve not merely due to an increase in smart devices, but also, the increased speeds would allow the collection of more data and under more diverse circumstances.

If downloading large media files will take seconds with 5G, imagine how big of a boom big data agencies would notice due to the ability to download certain data sets ten if not hundred times faster than before.

Smart Cities — An Intersection Between IoT, Big Data and 5G

When we talk about big data and 5G, we have to talk about smart cities. In fact, the development of smart cities is one of the most discussed aspects of the big data-IoT-5G intersection — put plainly, smart cities are impossible without 5G.

The 5G-led developments in IoT tech will turn our cities into networks, collecting huge amounts of data and bringing significant changes to our daily lives.

Starting from automatically regulated traffic flows to improved emergency response (e.g. getting in a car accident will be less dangerous in the smart cities), 5G would make cities much more comfortable for residents.

In conclusion it's crystally clear to say that 5G and Big Data has an important and crucial interaction.


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Created Jul 26, 2022 21:33:16

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