Across the globe, we are experiencing a significant change in every area of our lives as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The way to connect has changed dramatically, work, and personal lives. On the job front, we face a variety of situations that are poised to become a new standard. As we move forward, technology will play a crucial role in the way we operate, and will literally revolutionize space.
As governments continue to relax constraints and companies continue to operate back to normal, some key developments in digital communication technology are expected to change the future of work.
1. Pacing of 5 G network: As many businesses are heading into home culture work amid some relaxation in most parts of the world, there is an increasing need for quicker and higher bandwidth networks. 5G, the fifth mobile network built for the 'Application Based' architecture, provides a competitive business tier based on the 'Slice' network. This refers to a different device category such as IoT, low latency services such as Tele-Medicine, and more, making its adaptation critical to aiding smooth remote operation.
2. Rising of virtual conferences: With an emphasis on keeping social space and limited interaction with individuals, businesses are opting for webinars and virtual summits. In the current era, the market is all set to see a spike in simulated meetings and news events, product launches, etc. Most video conferencing systems have now seen a massive rise in use in the past few months, with workers talking remotely to each other. From organizational gatherings with small attendees or full-fledged webinars or workshops where thousands of individuals will attend, activities can tend to take place online. This current phenomenon is likely to continue for a long time to keep a social distance etiquette and ensure everyone's health.
3. IoT-enabled Surge Solutions: The demand for intelligent devices is growing across the world. There is also a growing need for intelligent goods which can be controlled by voice commands and remote commands with minimal physical contact. In the developing post-COVID world, IoT usage is expected to get a significant boost from remote control of patients in hospitals to remote operations of equipment in a factory.
4. The King is E-Commerce: Online shopping for household goods, clothes and books are on the rise. So there is a massive market for payment so services online or mobile. Further electronic banking and other electronic financial services, including shares, have been used by people. In general, more online financial transactions and trade will take place after the COVID era. Such developments would lead to the more rapid deployment of network infrastructure spending in rural and unassociated areas, using technologies such as VSAT terminals, UHF-based rural broadband wireless solutions, Wi-Fi, etc.
5. Shared Spectrum Use: It is a reality that content consumed on mobile devices will increase in the post-COVID-19 world. This can especially be seen in the use of video conferencing platforms for team reunions, online lectures, or videos. Before the pandemic hit the world, over 70% of the material transmitted over mobile networks was protected by the film. This phenomenon will exponentially increase and can overload mobile systems that are not designed to handle vast quantities of data consumed. The mobile networks are therefore crowded and uploading and downloading on smartphones is slowed down. Communication firms are using "Shared" spectrums to avoid jamming and create a quality user experience. Different types of standard spectrum options are available. Dynamic shared spectrum, such as TVWS, offers expanded coverage and can link the unconnected population. It could be possible to share the range in two different networks, such as cable and broadcast networks. For 5G streaming, a fusion of the two frequencies, and an advancement in data processing in the fifth generation, consumers will experience free, inconvenient consumption of content for improved productivity.
6. Communication via AI/ML: For the future, communications technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI / ML) are vital. AI and ML would be an essential part of communication networks, be it to learn how to handle traffic along the most efficient route or to dynamically change network parameters for the best user experience of a given area. For example, AI / ML systems track loads in various networks uninterruptedly while wireless networks use a shared spectrum. Based on the data size, the network charging, and the number of AI / ML users, systems will support the option to choose the best parameters for content delivery. These technologies can significantly improve user experiences.
Despite fast progress in developing revolutionary technology, corporations are undoubtedly looking forward to turning our lives into a modern world after COVID-19. This is what is often being reviewed to as "The New Next".