Map showing how 5G will spread around the world in 2020

Map showing how 5G will spread around the world in 2020

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Speedtest has shared a map showing how 5G will spread around the world in 2020. The shared map shows that some European countries and the US are almost ready for 5G. In addition, China and Japan and the Gulf countries have begun to adopt this technology.

Speedtest, which internet users around the world use to conduct speed testing, has released a map with data on 5G connectivity technology. The published map shows which countries have started using 5G, the prevalence in these countries, and the maximum download and upload speeds reached.

5G connection technology, although it is the subject of some conspiracy theories, is now a fact of our lives. The technology, which offers much higher download speed and minimizes latency than the internet connections we use, will also guide many sectors.

Here's that map shared by Speedtest

As you can see in the map above, the most advanced countries in the world have already started to adopt 5G technology. In this context, Germany, in particular, has offered 5G coverage throughout the country. In addition, 5G networks are also knitted in the United States. Increasing 5G coverage in countries such as China, South Korea and Japan also seems to have begun to manifest itself in Gulf countries. When we look at Turkey, we see that there is 5G coverage in a restricted area in Istanbul.

When we look at the countries ' investments in 2020, we see that the Netherlands has come to the fore. As of the last quarter of 2020, the country has increased 5G coverage by 50 percent. In addition, 5G coverage in Thailand also increased by around 32 percent compared to last year. 2020 was also the year of 5G for the US.

The shared map also reveals the huge difference between the download and upload speeds of 4G and 5G connections. Accordingly, worldwide download speed 4G connection 19.67 Mbps said the team, 5G'de 954 percent increase experienced, the average reached 207.39 Mbps says. At load speeds, we see 7.21 Mbps for 4G, while at 5G connection, we see 29.66 Mbps.

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