• 5G could cover up to 65 percent of the world’s population in 2025.
  • In October 2018, 5G Home was released in select neighborhoods of four cities to provide an alternative to wired broadband.
  • Verizon iscollaborating with various enterprises to explore how 5G Ultra Wideband could transform industries- including:
    • Verizon partnered with Corning to help create the 5G factory of the future. Initial use cases focus on factory automation, zero touch quality assurance.
    • Verizon provided Emory’s Innovation Hub with 5G Ultra Wideband service- Use cases will focus on AR/VR-based medical training, remote physical therapy, patient monitoring and emergency room readiness. The pandemic has put the value of “remote anything” in the spotlight.
    • The Walt Disney Company: At the premiere of “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker”, the companies explored how 5G and motion capture technology could enable fans to interact with virtual Sith jet troopers at the movie afterparty. Further, the red carpet action was captured and streamed over 5G and key moments were incorporated into the live broadcast.
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Read the full report here https://www.ericsson.com/49da93/assets/local/mobility-report/documents/2020/june2020-ericsson-mobility-report.pdf

https://ehtrust.org/ericsson-2020-report-on-5g-and-mobility/ Source: Environmental Health Trust