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Up to 100 times faster than 4G, 5G is creating never-before-seen opportunities for people and businesses. Faster connectivity speeds, ultra-low latency and greater bandwidth is advancing societies, transforming industries and dramatically enhancing day-to-day experiences. Services that we used to see as futuristic, such as e-health, connected vehicles and traffic systems, advanced mobile cloud gaming and AR/VR experiences have arrived. In an attempt to measure 5G progress and maturity worldwide, Ericsson ConsumerLab, in conjunction with leading telecom consulting experts from Tefficient, developed an index that analyzes and measures the 5G market performance and consumer perception of 73 communications service providers across 22 markets. The report identifies four stages of 5G maturity: 5G Explorers – those at the start of their 5G journey; 5G Potentials – CSPs with satisfied consumers due to better performing 4G networks, but have not invested much on evolving 5G network and offerings; 5G Aspirationals – CSPs perceived as market challengers aiming high with 5G while striving to improve consumer satisfaction; 5G Pacesetters – who are more advanced in setting the pace on delivering best in class 5G coverage, performance, and innovation, but still have room to improve even further. Check out our Cover Story for detailed information. Of late, it has been witnessed that many leading online networking platforms are focusing on introducing new features, adding more local languages, and even announcing integrations with their counterparts to expand their reach and be more inclusive. For instance, LinkedIn is now available in Hindi, the first Indian regional language on LinkedIn, with the goal to support 600 million Hindi language speakers globally. Google Pay, on the other hand, now supports Hinglish (a conversational hybrid of Hindi and English) to further simplify digital payments. Meta’s Workplace also announced the integration with Microsoft Teams. Deets inside.

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