The full 5G impact on the IoT is not yet known.

5G promises to transform the Internet of Things by providing far greater performance, reliability, and scope of use for an almost unlimited range of connected devices.

With 5G just rolling out, enterprises are deciding how to fit it into their networking and business operations. Most organizations are likely to operate some blend of 5G and earlier technologies within their IoT frameworks for some time.

But it all starts with connectivity, meaning the network. And here, 5G already holds out considerable cost savings. 5G can cut network power use by as much as 90 percent. 5G can handle far larger amounts of attached devices without degrading network performance, too.

That’s good news for enterprises touting connectivity as a value-add and convenience for products as varied as autos, home heating/AC systems, home medical devices, refrigerators, and much more.

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With ever rising numbers of attached devices making the IoT ever more complex, comprehensive network performance monitoring is no longer an option or afterthought.

It is a necessity.

No matter where your enterprise is on its 5G journey, you need data analysis in real time (DART) to attain and maintain network excellence so that every attached device operates well.

Entirely virtual, DART consists of unique, next-gen network tools for monitoring, securing, and traffic engineering the 5G network to guarantee the best device and related app behavior imaginable.

DART helps maximize network uptime and overall network performance.
DART also evolves continually, eliminating any chance of future hardware obsolescence.