In 2019, which will be the first year of global 5G business, at the 2018 International Symposium on Future Information and Communication Technologies, which is about to arrive at this time node, from industry and government, By discussing the evolution of 5G applied ecology and technology, the representatives of academic institutions have opened a corner of 5G screen in advance for us to have a glimpse of the true appearance of the 5G era.
5G Commercial Sprint
On June 14, 2018, the International Standards Organization (3GPP) decided on the 5G independent networking standard, and completed the first stage of standardization, which indicates that the global development of 5G has entered the critical period of commercial deployment. Major countries around the world have defined 5G business plans, actively promoted 5G spectrum planning and distribution, carried out 5G experiments and fusion applications, and accelerated the 5G commercial process. Spectrum allocation was released one after another.
South Korea completed the auction of 3.5GHz and 28GHz spectrum in June, Japan issued 5G frequency allocation opinion in early November, and planned to complete spectrum allocation in the first quarter of 2019. Product research and development speed up the sprint. According to the research and development plan and progress of the world's major manufacturers, it is expected that the global system equipment and terminal chips will reach the pre-commercial level by the end of 2018 and the first half of 2019, respectively, and the first batch of pre-commercial terminals will be launched in the second half of 2019. 5 G commercial process continues to accelerate. Major countries in the world have further clarified the 5G business plan, South Korea plans to launch 5G business services in March 2019, and AT&T Corporation of the United States plans to launch 5G broadband services based on independent networking standards by the end of 2018. EU plans to launch 5G commercial services by 2020; The research on fusion application is carried out in an all-round way. Us, Europe, Japan, Korea and other countries around the high-definition video, virtual reality, car networking, industrial automation and other fields, actively carry out 5G innovative application exploration.
The development of 5 G will also greatly promote and promote the development of the global economy. By 2035, the 5G value chain will generate $3.5 trillion in direct output, $12.3 trillion in economic scale, and will boost the auto industry, health care, and health care, according to the consultancy. Education and other sectors of disruptive development, providing more than 22 million jobs.