The Highly Anticipiated 5G Technology is Now Ready for You !
Zain , Ooredoo and Viva launching their 5G services soon ,
Zain 5G - The Highly Anticipated 5G is now ready for you! Be one of the first customers in Kuwait to experience revolutionary technology and explorenew dimensionsof our wonderful world
Viva 5G - Gear up for speeds faster than the blink of an eye. Welcome to the world of 5G - the next generation of mobile internet connectivity with cutting-edge. 5G is multitudes faster than the current connections, with average download speeds touching an unbelievable 1GBps.
This is set to revolutionize the way we do everything providing the infrastructure to carry huge amounts of data, allowing for a smarter and more connected world. Whether it’s sharing your life, downloading a movie or a game and beyond – it’s done even before you think of it!
Now, you can experience the ultimate speeds with VIVA – the first to bring you 5G in Kuwait. Pre -order now on VIVA e-Store, or visit your nearest branch.
Get ready for the next generation with the arrival of 5G, launching first in Kuwait with Ooredoo, allowing you to experience the internet like never before. click the image for registration
What is 5G Network
Fifth-generation wireless (5G) is the latest iteration of cellular technology, engineered to greatly increase the speed and responsiveness of wireless networks. With 5G, data transmitted over wireless broadband connections could travel at rates as high as 20 Gbps by some estimates -- exceeding wireline network speeds -- as well as offer latency of 1 ms or lower for uses that require real-time feedback. 5G will also enable a sharp increase in the amount of data transmitted over wireless systems due to more available bandwidth and advanced antenna technology.
In addition to improvements in speed, capacity and latency, 5G offers network management features, among them network slicing, which allows mobile operators to create multiple virtual networks within a single physical 5G network. This capability will enable wireless network connections to support specific uses or business cases and could be sold on an as-a-service basis. A self-driving car, for example, would require a network slice that offers extremely fast, low-latency connections so a vehicle could navigate in real time. A home appliance, however, could be connected via a lower-power, slower connection because high performance isn't crucial. The internet of things (IoT) could use secure, data-only connections.
How 5G works
Wireless networks are composed of cell sites divided into sectors that send data through radio waves. Fourth-generation (4G) Long-Term Evolution (LTE) wireless technology provides the foundation for 5G. Unlike 4G, which requires large, high-power cell towers to radiate signals over longer distances, 5G wireless signals will be transmitted via large numbers of small cell stations located in places like light poles or building roofs. The use of multiple small cells is necessary because the millimeter wave spectrum -- the band of spectrum between 30 GHz and 300 GHz that 5G relies on to generate high speeds -- can only travel over short distances and is subject to interference from weather and physical obstacles, like buildings.
Previous generations of wireless technology have used lower-frequency bands of spectrum. To offset millimeter wave challenges relating to distance and interference, the wireless industry is also considering the use of lower-frequency spectrum for 5G networks so network operators could use spectrum they already own to build out their new networks. Lower-frequency spectrum reaches greater distances but has lower speed and capacity than millimeter wave,