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In July, Vodafone announced it was the first in the UK to showcase the next phase of 5G with ‘Standalone’ technology, with a new network built at Coventry University.  The technology offers applications such as network slicing and edge computing.  It also delivers ultra-reliable, low latency communications, important for the use of 5G in full factory automation and autonomous vehicle technology.

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The team at Coventry University are now started using Standalone 5G for virtual reality health seminars.  The new lessons allow medical students to take a virtual tour around the body to see how it works.  5G gives them a fully immersive experience with no time delays or lag through a connected device and also offers the ability to ask questions while the lecturer is presenting.

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