5G provides download speeds over 1Gbps. This is at least 10x faster than the typical 4G-LTE speeds of 100-200Mbps and faster than dedicated broadband services. Because it does not require fixed wire lines, an immediate use case of 5G is to act as a backhaul for mobile broadband services.
The 5G network also gives significantly lower latency compared to previous generations: potentially down to a slight 1ms delay compared to around 20-50ms delay typical of 3G and 4G networks. This enables 5G connections to be treated as if they were in real-time, opening up new possibilities in critical applications that are incredibly latency-sensitive, such as autonomous driving, drones, cloud gaming, and robot surgery.
Focusing on wireless SD-WAN technologies since 2006, now, Peplink is propelling customers into the 5G-era with a range of brand new flagships featuring an innovative modular platform architecture for different use cases.
5G will bring connectivity to billions of devices outside the reach of any fixed-line infrastructure. Furthermore, enterprises will increasingly move to a fixed + mobile network architecture to take advantage of the extreme bandwidth of 5G. Wireless SD-WAN, with the capability to intelligently manage thousands of connected devices, will become the key technology to power branch networks.
5G (NSA) Sub 6Ghz - 5GD
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5G (NSA) Sub 6Ghz - 5GH
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|n7||2600||Australia (Vodafone), New Zealand (Spark)|
|n40||2300||Australia (Optus), Saudi Arabia (stc)|
|n41||2500||Saudi Arabia (stc, Zain)|
|n78||3500||Australia, Bahrain, Israel, Kuwait, New Zealand, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates,|
|n28||700||South Africa (Vodacom)|
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