In its latest Mobile Visual Networking Index (VNI) report, Cisco says it expects large-scale 5G infrastructure deployments to be well in hand by the end of the decade as more and more data is consumed
Major 5G mobile networking deployments will almost certainly be rolling out by the end of the decade, as carriers come under pressure to address the ever-increasing need for speed, low latency and dynamic provisioning capabilities to support growing user demand for data traffic and innovative services.
This was one of the headline findings of Cisco’s latest Mobile Visual Networking Index (VNI) report, previous editions of which have eagerly forecast that, very soon, more people will be using mobile devices than will have access to running water.
In its 11th VNI report, Cisco predicted 5G would account for 1.5% of total mobile data traffic by 2021, with each connection over 5G generating 4.7 times more traffic than the average 4G connection, and 10.7 times more traffic than the average 3G connection.
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