5G networks will experience an even greater explosion than expected over the next few years, as Qualcomm predicts that more and more devices will ship with the latest technology.
During the Snapdragon Summit in Hawaii, Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon set some far-reaching goals as the company wanted to provide 5G connectivity around the world.
Amon noted that currently 325 operators in 109 countries around the world are already investing in 5G and that "a significant 5G coverage" is certainly possible by the end of 2021
Amon pointed out that 5G already offers a number of benefits to users around the world, who use faster connectivity speeds for improved surfing, video streaming and gaming, but also for 5G Use the Internet of Things for the world in areas such as public Security, traffic management and intelligent energy consumption.
For mobile devices, however, 5G will initially prevail, with Qualcomm acting as a catalyst.
"One year ago we talked about the 5G future," Amon said, "that's amazing. We've made a lot of progress this year. "" 2020 will be the year of scaling for 5G, "Amon said, introducing key partners such as Nokia and Verizon to show how far the company's 5G ecosystem is developing.
] Qualcomm forecasts 200 million 5G subscribers worldwide by the end of 2020 as more and more devices ship with the required hardware. However, this number will skyrocket in the coming years.
Amon Says Qualcomm Expects 1.4 Billion 5G Smartphones By 2022 and 2025, there will be 2.8 billion 5G connections worldwide, providing users worldwide with reliable and fast Internet connections.