When it comes to the economic potential of 5G, it can be difficult to separate the fact from the fiction.
It often appears that two schools of thought are developing; on the one hand, some suggest that the transformative potential of 5G will yield incredible economic rewards – Vodafone, for example, recently published a study that suggested 5G would be worth an enormous £150 billion to the UK economy over the next decade. On the other hand, some commentators suggest that the technology is vastly overhyped, with its proliferation and impact being much more gradual.
So, what is the reality here?
According to the European Telecommunications Network Operators’ Association (ETNO)’s Director of Regulatory Affairs, Maarit Palovirta, the coronavirus pandemic may actually help clarify the potential of the nascent technology…
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