5G rollout continues during coronavirus

With peak data rates up to 100 times faster than what current 4G networks provide, 5G has been held up as “the connective tissue” for the Internet of Things, autonomous cars, smart cities and other new mobile applications, establishing the backbone for the industrial internet.

While initial commercial 5G mobile services were launched in countries like South Korea, the US, Australia and the UK, the scale of China’s market is likely to dwarf the combined size of those economies, negating any first-mover advantage.

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With peak data rates up to 100 times faster than what current 4G networks provide, 5G has been held up as “the connective tissue” for the Internet of Things, autonomous cars, smart cities and other new mobile applications, establishing the backbone for the industrial internet.

While initial commercial 5G mobile services were launched in countries like South Korea, the US, Australia and the UK, the scale of China’s market is likely to dwarf the combined size of those economies, negating any first-mover advantage.

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