5G is the latest generation of cellular mobile communications, with features including high data rates, latency reduction, power savings, low cost, high system capacity and large-scale device connectivity. Artificial intelligence concepts such as the Internet of Things, virtual reality and augmented reality are all crucial in a 5G environment. An example is the 5G optimized autonomous vehicle technology.
There is no doubt that the future of mobile technology belongs to 5G. A 5G network that enjoys higher data rates will not only serve mobile phones, but will also become a provider of home and office networks, competing with cable Internet providers such as cable television.
5G has become a hot topic in the world at both the technical and political levels. The latter series of events focused on the world’s largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer, Huawei in China.
But is 5G technology mature? Are there still drawbacks to it? What is the difference between 5G and 4G? How will 5G change the future lifestyle? From the legislative point of view, is Europe ready for 5G? What are the challenges as well as opportunities for a law firm with 5G technology? How is LGP, a famous law firm with its headquarter in Vienna, positioning itself for the upcoming 5G era? Dr. Gabriel Lansky from LGP offered insightful answers to the questions.