How Open Source Software Can Transform the Potential of Mobile Connectivity?
Almost every industry has mobile connectivity at its heart to ensure the betterment of the digital economy. But to reach the Industry 4.0, open-source software is required to achieve an evolved mobile connectivity. Users across the country crave for data, which is blazing-fast in remote areas and only advanced mobile connectivity can meet their demands.
For the better sharing of data, millions of IoT devices in India need strong mobile connectivity. IoT devices must share data over mobile networks. It is believed that by 2025 enterprises will be generating 60 percent of all data. Data will be the driving force for the economic growth and being at the heart of the Industry 4.0, the growth of industrial automation, autonomous vehicles, smart cities and more will make the mobile networks grow.
With the introduction of 5G networks, most technologies will witness rapid growth. For instance, autonomous vehicles will only work when they share loads of data constantly and only with the help of 5G networks, these large quantities of data can be shared. Open-source software can promise the outbreak of Industry 4.0. Apart from the usual user needs, open-source software must support faster connection, greater density and dramatically reduced latency.
Open-source software has a meaningful role in 5G and IoT growth and it boosts the automation of the mission-critical functions to improve the high-speeds and low latency of 5G and the huge number of endpoints in the promising IoT. To stay competent, stakeholders need to understand that commoditization and democratization of wireless network infrastructure are important. Also, with open source, telecom operators will be able to deliver better services at lower. It can provide identical or superior performance to proprietary software at a reasonable cost and along with that, it meets the customers’ growing expectations.
For the development of virtual software, open-source software will play a significant role in the development of the mobile industry. Rigidity is also not a factor for the open-source software, which usually plagues proprietary software. The talented developers are always keen to present their ideas and innovate enthusiastically. This is indeed a good sign as the world is experimenting with new ideologies, and hence, implementing new mobile technologies.