With the advancement in technology , every country across the world is trying to keep enhancing advancements and get hold of trillions of Dollars Information Technology (IT) market share.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has seeped into everyday lives of people, so all the developed countries are now engaged in a technological trade war and trying to become a universal boss in artificial intelligence.
The highly developed countries had invested billions of Dollars in technology. Advanced technology for fifth generation (5G) wireless networks in Pakistan has been issued last year which would be implemented by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA).
As 3G/4G service are continuously gaining momentum in Pakistan. Therefore, the very next 5G generation would make sure downloading large size of data within minutes or even seconds. It will assist fulfill a dream of shifting sprinkled cities into smart cities.
Up to date 5G trails conducted abroad have already demonstrated the speed of 9.3 Gbps over 24 GHz spectrum, nearly 10 times faster than the theoretical maximum data rate for 4G.
International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is going to launch 5G standards in 2019 and on the whole, a immense number of trials and experiments already being held in different parts of the world including Pakistan.
Zong and Telenor might be the first companies to introduce 5G. Up to a point, zong also introduced 4g service in Pakistan before any other company. The company also requested Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to take permission for the testing.
It is very important that we should remain hands-on in ensuring IT market eagerness for next wave of mobile communications like 5G which would open a new ground for smart devices and ensure employment and investment opportunities in Pakistan during coming years.
Pakistan Information Technology market shows positive market trends and Pakistan is trying to make its place in the global setup. As, big business groups are stepping ahead to promote startups in Pakistan and this is a good sign for the growth of Pakistan’s IT industry.