5G brings optimism and concern to NAB Show 2019

The upcoming NAB Show has an impressive lineup of 5G-focused sessions that “will be topped by a keynote session featuring executives from Intel, Samsung and network-infrastructure vendor Crown Castle.” FierceVideo predicted that the “picture likely to emerge from those conversations—and the 5G exhibits covering such topics as edge computing and mobile augmented- and virtual-reality applications that will fill a nontrivial chunk of the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center— should be a mix of optimism and concern.”

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