Supply Chain is expected to be a beneficiary of 5G wireless

5G technology is here with us and is already causing a lot of discussions and eliciting reactions from different industries. 5G wireless connectivity is expected to bring benefits to the supply chain through many fronts that will make processes and operations faster, easier, and more efficient. To begin with, the Fifth Generation Wireless System (5G) is a successor of 4G and will employ signal wavelengths in ranges between 30 to 300 GHz to enhance the speed of data transfer and reduce the levels of interference and interruption.


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