The Future's on Hold

Before 5G Can Revolutionize Global Data Speeds, the Groundwork Needs To Be Laid

The future of connectivity isn't going to be built in a day—or the next couple of years, for that matter. The fifth generation of wireless network technology, or 5G, could deliver data as much as 100 times faster than current rates and provide more coverage, greater bandwidth and cheaper internet prices. Overall, better connectivity will help enable the future of next-gen tech, from autonomous vehicles to machine-to-machine communication.
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