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Over the past year, it has become increasingly clear that digitising businesses was no longer a ‘nice to have’, but a necessity that needed to happen overnight. Technology was the key enabler, keeping a remote knowledge workforce connected, allowing bricks and mortar retailers to pivot and begin to sell online and allowing families to stay in touch without physically seeing each other.

Following on from this, the knowledge workforce has transformed into more of a “work from anywhere” or a “hybrid” workforce, and at the same the need to rebuild, reinforce and enhance resilience for our hybrid futures came to the fore – and this must start with connectivity. 5G technologies promise lightning speed digital capabilities that will fuel human progress.

In the fifth and final episode of the Dell Technologies, “Work from Anywhere Tech Talk Series”, Jonathan Ryall, Client Solutions Field Product Manager at Dell Technologies South Africa engages with Tony Bartlett, Director Data Centre Compute at Dell Technologies South Africa on the promise of 5G.

Jonathan Ryall, Client Solutions Field Product Manager at Dell Technologies South Africa 

Bartlett initially explains that 5G and IoT are the catalysts empowering the Intelligent Edge. 5G is the goal, but it is Edge Computing technologies that lays the foundation of any move to a 5G powered world. He points out the three major elements that come into play with 5G.

Secondly Bartlett delves into the South African context where 5G is available in major hubs, but still in its infancy in terms of availability and actual usage. Bartlett covers the three phases of 5G and what advances each of these phases will entail. He points out that South Africa is still in phase one.

Finally, Bartlett points out the industries he foresees will be impacted by 5G connectivity and its transformative impacts.

 Tony Bartlett, Director Data Centre Compute at Dell Technologies South Africa

Want to hear more about a laptop with 5G capabilities?

Jonathan Ryall introduces the new Latitude 9520 business laptop and 2-in-1. Not only is this machine beautiful, with an aluminium chassis and 15-inch infinity screen, it is made to facilitate collaboration. Featuring superior speakerphone quality with Intelligent Audio as well as automatic SafeShutter* and Dell Optimizer’s built-in AI. You will want to hear about what this intelligent, 5G ready laptop and 2-in1 can offer you.

Click on the image below to find out more on the promise of 5G.

You can also catch up on the series by reading about Episode 1 The Intelligent EdgeEpisode 2 The Intelligent PC, Episode 3: AI disruption will unlock human potential and Episode 4: Hybrid Cloud for a Hybrid Workforce.

If you want to head straight into the videos from this informative series, you can find Episode 1's video here, Episode 2's video here, Episode 3's video here  and Episode 4's video here  

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