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South China Morning Post – US bets on different mobile airwaves from rest of the world – and that might cost it the 5G race

“In many other markets in the world, they are more cautious about using mmWave because they are not convinced it will have meaningful coverage and capacity to boost the network … It’s impossible to build nationwide coverage with mmWave spectrum,” said Bengt Nordstrom, chief executive of Swedish telecoms consulting firm Northstream. Read full article
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Published May 21, 2019 in , .


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Newsweek – U.S. LAGS CHINA IN THE NEXT BIG TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCE IN CELLPHONE NETWORKS. HERE’S WHY IT DOESN’T MATTER

But which 5G race can the U.S. hope to win? There are really three different races: one to provide the equipment on which the new networks are built; one to roll out the services widely; and another to develop the whole package—the software, devices, services and business processes that take advantage of 5G’s blinding speed […]
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Published May 3, 2019 in , , .


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Total Telecom – 5G’s false dawn

“The launch of 5G will be a phased introduction. It will begin properly in 2020 and then over the next 7 years or so it will reach more comprehensive population coverage,” said Bengt Nordstrom, CEO of Northstream. “The introduction of 5G will vary from region to region. China and the US are investing more – […]
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Published September 10, 2018 in , , , .