Blog note: The technology behind the beast’s kingdom and system. How else can the beast give permission to conduct billions of cashless transaction in a milli-second after biometric scanning and approval/identification of the individual? If you were the Apostle John on the island of Patmos, how would you explain any of this to people over the next 2,000 years? Would it just be simple enough to say that they could not buy or sell without the mark, name, number of the beast? How could this be? How could some future world leader dictate to and give permission to people to make individual economic decisions? Why would a future world leader want to control that much of people’s personal lives and their decisions? Why would he care if you spend $50 on a 4K video disk player or $5 million on some exotic sports car? What would be in it for him, what would he get out of it? Could be it forced allegiance and worship of his power over people? End of note.
Reasons why 5G is a such a big deal. The race begins this October 2018, once the standardization is rolled out.
Arabian Business. July 19, 2018
- Network Evolution. The most obvious benefit of 5G is that it’s 100 times faster than 4G. That means, given the current size and quality of content online, white screens when loading websites or waiting for YouTube to buffer videos will be a thing of the past. You can also say goodbye to calls dropping over voice connections or SMS unable to send. Everything will take place over mobile internet.
- Smarter phones: The current generation of smartphones can’t support 5G. But with the endless possibilities 5G will unveil in terms of content, smartphone manufacturers are racing against the clock to be able to support 5G. The first 5G smartphones could start trickling in by 2019. By 2020, expect a new smarter-phone manufacturer war to be in full swing.
- Internet Unleashed: The Internet of Things (IoT) hasn’t made itself apparent yet but 5G will bring it to the fore. Siemen’s new IoT operating system will be able to take advantage of the massive boost in bandwith and capacity to send data and signals to a host of machinery and equipment. It allows for ‘human-less’ communications between machines, crime-prevention cameras and other technologies.