What cloud computing means for the future of smart cities
The latest in phone technology, 5G, has been causing controversy since its announcement last year. Some believe that its fast speeds of 10 Gbps will revolutionise the future of mobile tech, whilst others fear for the impact it will have on bandwidth and general signaling issues.
However, whatever the opinion, experts predict that 5G will be a part of our lives whether we want it to be or not. This will be through the way that smart cities will combine the fifth generation of mobile networks with cloud computing to create a data and storage system that is hoped to benefit the lives of residents and industries.
John Buni, CEO & co-founder of CleanCloud says, “[With] the sheer amount of data generated and ...