UAE, in its unwavering pursuit of becoming number one globally, looks to 5G as the future at all levels.
A few days ago, Etisalat announced that Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest tower, will cover the G5 network, which is available for use through various types of technically compatible smartphones.
From the experience that impressed the world, the UAE seems to be racing against the countries as a whole in the application of 5G technology within the country.
In line with the UAE’s 2021 vision, the UAE Telecommunications Authority (TRA) aims to be the main driver for the launch of 5G mobile business in the country, working with strategic partners to make the UAE a leader in the deployment of 5G technology.
5G is a new network technology that is 100 times faster than most 4G networks currently used in most of the world and has a wider range of coverage that represents the number of devices and data that can be handled at the same time.
Forecasts indicate that the fifth-generation technology will create business opportunities for technology and telecommunications companies in the state more than $ 6.5 billion with 2026 solutions.
The UAE topped the Arab countries and the Middle East to take advantage of the fifth generation technology 5G after the UAE ‘s Etisalat announced the arrival of the first smartphone fifth-generation technology.
This is in addition to the announcement of the Chinese Huawei also launched its first smartphone that supports the 5G as well.
This comes after Emirates Telecom announced plans to launch 5G service for all consumers with its infrastructure and launch a ready network to support all 5G devices in 2019.