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Video is the 5G ‘killer app’, says research

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Improved capabilities make a ‘compelling user case’

The website reports on the latest research from Nokia indicating that improved video calling is seen as the killer application for 5G among both consumers and businesses.

With so many working from home, 90 per cent of consumers said that uninterrupted calls will be a valuable part of 5G connectivity, while 83 per cent of businesses felt that video calling presented a compelling use case, especially among those already using connected devices. Connected cars were seen as another major beneficiary of 5G enhancements.

The survey was conducted in earlier in the year, before the Covid-19 pandemic had fully emerged.

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Latest research from Nokia suggests that improved video calling is seen as the killer application for 5G among both consumers and businesses

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