and what this could mean for you
Telecoms is driving a revolution in how we access and share information online.
will be everywhere, offering lightning fast speeds and seamless, instant connectivity, wherever you are.
Networks will be increasingly built using
5G mobile network equipment provided
by large and small
vendors, with a secure, common standard.
combined with advanced sensors and automation, will connect millions of people and devices, transforming the way data is collected, shared and processed.
will be built in, at the edge of the network, making it easier to store and access large volumes of data.
will not only keep the network running efficiently but will help improve services for our customers.
Services will be integrated and built using network
giving innovators in Europe the tools they need to drive the next wave of digital innovation.
And digital products and services like blockchain will be
from end-to-end, playing a major role in keeping our data private and secure.
video and music entertainment content, at home on TV or smart speakers, on mobile or tablet, or through connected audio in the car.
More of our TV and video content will be streamed as ultra-high definition 4K or 8K, driven by the growing adoption of UHD resolution displays and more widespread availability of 5G.
We will increasingly experience the internet through
that use virtual and augmented reality devices to deliver new entertainment and gaming experiences.
powered by high-bandwidth, low latency connectivity has the potential to revolutionise how we work and learn, and can transform our lives in areas as diverse as sport and engineering.
By 2030, three quarters of European companies could be using cloud, big data and AI.
* European Commission
Everyone could have an extra year of healthly life.
saving €48 billion a year in the process.*
* Vodafone e-Health report:
We'll have a shorter commute and cleaner cities, as IoT helps re-route traffic around congestion in real-time.
thanks to real-time vehicle data and assisted driving systems.
Vodafone smart.cities report
Across Europe, we could have 20 million IT experts to boost our digital economy.
We could add an incredible €2.2 trillion in European GDP by 2030.
and help our customers to do the same. In doing so, we could reduce global carbon emissions by up to 15%.
Digital Buildings – WPI Strategy / Vodafone
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