5G network slicing divides a single common physical network into virtual end-to-end networks in order to customize and optimize each network.
International Data Corporation (IDC) has forecast that 5G will generate $12.3 trillion of global economic output in 2035. 5G provides the connection of multiple devices to communicate seamlessly and simultaneously, one of the main technologies behind which is network slicing. As more industries are looking to transform digitally, 5G network slicing is able to support verticals with its efficient slicing and resource allocation techniques. Learn more about 5G’s empowerment of the IoT industry from this white paper presented by Fibocom.
Dan Schieler, SVP of IoT Overseas Sales Dept., Fibocom, commented: “Digital transformation has presented new challenges to various businesses, and Fibocom is willing to bring perfect wireless experience as well as industry insights to everyone. This white paper explains the variety of verticals empowered by 5G network slicing, so readers can better understand what it will mean for their business and build a solid network foundation for digitalization.”