Telecommunications, the Internet, wearable smart devices and sensors have revolutionized healthcare. The use of connected devices is on the rise, and the global Internet of Things (IoT) healthcare market is expected to reach $410 billion by 2022. The introduction of 4G LTE technologies has had a positive effect on patient health, such as wireless blood pressure cuffs for hypertensive patients. However, the healthcare industry is now looking towards the new fifth-generation (5G) technology, which is designed to support ultra-reliable, low-latency and massive data communications. This technology has the potential to transform the industry by enabling AI and big data analytics, ultra-low latency and multi-access edge computing, and network slicing for dedicated critical applications. Nokia is partnering with Verizon to support connectivity goals in the healthcare sector.
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