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The average latency in the LTE network is around 50 milliseconds. 5G will substantially improve latency and data rates. Deutsche Telekom achieved a latency of three milliseconds with the first practical 5G trials in Germany. Researchers even set a record-breaking figure of one millisecond with tests in a laboratory environment. The aim is to guarantee the superfast reaction times of 5G on a permanent basis.

Reliable latency and high data transfer rates are crucial in connecting smart devices in Industry 4.0. Here it is about guaranteed response times rather than one-time peak performance. In conjunction with artificial intelligence and edge computing, the faster data transmission with 5G will support reliable communication between machines and automated and autonomous production.

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Connectivity based on 5G is becoming an important component in digitization of the industry. With the provision of virtual network slices, mobile robots can also be deployed flexibly and efficiently in economic production to meet specific requirements.
Data communication in real time based on 5G speeds will play a key role in many use cases in future.

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