With the age of digitization, the demand for data is increasing exponentially. It is not only the rapid increase in mobile data that is driving this growth. The growing interconnectivity of all technical devices and the associated "Internet of Things" play an equally central role. In the future, not only autonomous vehicles will communicate wirelessly with each other, but also everyday objects such as refrigerators. From sensors and robots in production plants to wearables and entire smart cities, billions of new connections will be created that depend on a reliable network that can process huge amounts of data in milliseconds. For the first time, 5G enables connectivity to meet these demanding requirements. The application possibilities of this technology are therefore virtually unlimited. It has the potential to create added value in every conceivable industry.