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Besides offering speeds ten times faster than its predecessor, 5G promises to address more specific use cases including the Internet of Things (thanks to its greater connection density and tenfold improvement in energy efficiency) and connected vehicles (as a result of its tenfold reduction in latency).

Beyond improvements in radio technology, the core network has been redesigned to improve agility and integrate virtualisation, enabling the creation of sector-specific “virtual networks”. This is currently being explored by industries including manufacturing, defense, transport, energy, real estate and healthcare.

As 5G is rolled out across the UK, its new and exciting features are now in the spotlight. But will it deliver on its promises? And where will its success stories emerge?