Video streaming has overtaken all other use cases in its digital dominance, accelerated by the challenges of stay-at-home orders in 2020. By 2022, about 79% of all mobile network traffic will be video, and the number of devices globally continues to proliferate. There’s no doubt that consumer habits and behaviors have shifted in the past five years to:
In 2016, in line with UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the mobile industry as a whole committed to working toward achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. As the mobile industry integrates and converges seamlessly with other aspects of the IT landscape, the entire technology industry is shifting to a focus on optimizing energy efficiency and reducing their carbon footprint at the same time as delivering exceptional and uncompromising performance and user experiences to more users, more devices - faster than ever.
All predictions indicate that 5G is already a game changer for a number of industries. Gaming is no exception.
When 2020 began, we predicted that the year would not just be “more of the same”. We were thinking in terms of technology, excitedly proclaiming the dawn of 5G and the maturation of edge computing.