The hype about 5G is usually aimed at consumers whose fast and fancy smartphones are expected to blossom with 5th generation possibilities. While 5G is on a rapid roll-out, the promise of fabulous universal connectivity is an incomplete and ongoing process. Tapping into 5G's backhaul potential could bring immediate benefits to areas where it is now available, says NetworkWorld.com.
Farpoint Group principal Craig Mathias explains that an arrangement that
allows both infrastructure and end users to connect through the same 5G
access points could benefit from a 5G backhaul set-up. He says that
looking at 5G as its own entity rather than as a wireless component will
open up different avenues for its use. "5G is not about augmenting
wire," he said. "It's about replacing it." Continue Reading