5G is so much more than faster 4G, but the extraordinary hype surrounding it has left many confused over what it will actually do for them. The 5G special report, published in The Times aims to shine light on this, exploring how 5G can transform healthcare and make smart roads a reality ahead of autonomous cars. It covers how to address public concerns over the health impacts of 5G and examines whether the rush to be first in the 5G race is a fool’s errand, with comment on how it might be better to deploy 5G best, rather than deploy it first. Also featured is an infographic measuring the true impact of 5G and looking at the sectors which stand to benefit the most

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In this report


  • Is the ‘race to 5G’ a fool’s game?

    Rushing to be the first country to roll out 5G networks nationwide may not make you the global leader – there are a lot of other factors for governments and manufacturers to consider

  • Five ways 5G will kickstart Industry 4.0

    Fifth generation mobile networking is set to transform several industries, none more so than manufacturing. According to a study by Ericsson, the 5G business potential for the sector in 2026 is some $113 billion. But how exactly will the new network ignite the fourth industrial revolution?

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  • Powering the future of connectivity

    In a relatively short time, 5G has become one of the most compelling technological services that has the potential to transform how businesses in a wide range of industries operate

  • Virtualisation paves the way for affordable 5G

    The 5G network is set to drive huge value for mobile operators, enterprises and consumers alike, but deploying it in an affordable way requires an innovative new approach, says Mavenir chief marketing officer Stefano Cantarelli

  • Three brings 5G to life

    Three is building the UK’s fastest 5G network in a move that will not only deliver a faster, more reliable mobile service — but will revolutionise business and society