IIoT A Major Reason To Roll Out 5G Network In Asia-Pacific


It is estimated that 5G connections across the Asia-Pacific region in both IoT connections as well as mobile subscriber bases will surge from 574 million, a figure that was recorded in 2021, to 3.2 billion in 2025, thereby growing at a five-year CAGR of almost 90%, as per a new insight. Apparently, the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) happens to be one of the significant reasons for telecom service providers offering 5G services across the Asia-Pacific landscape.

Almost 12% of the telecom carrier respondents based in Asia-Pacific take IIoT as the top reason when it comes to the deployment of 5G, as per an insight from a global market research organisation.

Notably, most of the telecom carrier companies see major industries like manufacturing, smart cities, including smart mobility, and smart buildings as the most crucial use cases when it comes to the introduction of 5G.

The transition to a lower and greener carbon endeavour can be made a reality by way of digitization as well as connectivity, says a senior market analyst in Telecommunications and IoT—Asia-Pacific from a global market research organisation.

He adds that one of the key concepts in Industry 4.0 is that efficiency equals energy savings. Anything and everything that the organisations do in order to save energy ultimately adds to efficiency.

Manufacturing units all across Asia-Pacific have gone on to implement private as well as dedicated networks so as to control numerous pieces of equipment that happen to be on the premises.

Wireless communication that is unstable as well as dormant are the hurdles when it comes to the adoption of digital shift across any organisation, which can be taken care of with the aid of 5G. IoT devices need dependable communication, which may also be extended by way of the 5G network pretty easily and seamlessly, says the insight.