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70% of developers worldwide expect 5G to dominate in their countries within the next 2 years, according to Evans Data’s Global Development Survey.
The survey, conducted in 6 languages across 120 countries, showed a large appetite for 5G, but with significant differences between regions. For example, in North America, where adoption uptake is expected to be the fastest, 80% of developers believe 5G will dominate in 2 years time while 56% estimate it won’t take more than one year, and 28% think it will be dominant in 6 months. Compare this with the EMEA region where only 7% think 5G will dominate in 6 months, and 32% predict 5G dominance within the coming year.
Developers worldwide agree that Internet of Things (IoT) is the area that will most benefit from the capabilities and performance that 5G will bring, although there is a lot of anticipation surrounding Big Data gathering and processing, especially in the APAC region, where over a quarter of the developers feel that will be the biggest capability enhancement.
How will 5G affect software development? In North America over half of the developers plan to use more video, and 42% will integrate more audio. However, in the APAC region developers are more likely to be planning to use more complex user interactions and to implement more Natural User Interfaces (NUIs).
“The benefits of 5G aren’t simply faster connection speeds,” said Janel Garvin, CEO of Evans Data. “5G will bring capabilities for smarter and safer cities, continual interconnectivity, and new ways of interacting with technology.”