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Dell EMC Prepares for 5G Network Transition

Dell EMC Prepares for 5G Network Transition - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Dell EMC Prepares for 5G Network Transition - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Mei Zhou, a Dell EMC business development executive, said the company is collaborating with network equipment carriers and manufacturers for the 5G transition effort.

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Zhou said during the National Training and Simulation Association's Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference in Orlando, Fla., that a 5G network will result in lower latency and enable large amounts of data to be transmitted via a higher bandwidth, National Defense reported Thursday.

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She added that the network will allow users to collect data in real-time and integrate them with historical information to establish a holistic approach, a feature that will be useful for developing artificial intelligence systems.

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Zhou cited additional 5G benefits, including better electromagnetic spectrum management and significant support for automated vehicles and unmanned platforms.

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Verizon Wireless has completed 5G testing and reported that download speeds were 30 to 50 times faster in 5G compared to 4G downloads.

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The 5G network is slated for launching in the U.S. in 2020.

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