5G will be essential for New York's COVID-19 rebound. Here's why

To ensure New York remains a competitive state in economic development, the facilitated implementation of next generation wireless technology in all parts of the state will be imperative. A significant percentage of commerce and personal life is likely to remain virtual even after brick-and-mortar businesses and institutions are able to re-open, furthering the importance of a reliable network capable of transmitting large amounts of data quickly.

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Bel Air commissioners considering 'small cell' wireless legislation

The town of Bel Air is developing four pieces of legislation, including Ordinance 789-19 and three resolutions that apply to regulating the placement of small cell technology. Town Planning Director Kevin Small said “it’s the intention of the town to allow our citizens...

5G’s potential, and why businesses should start preparing for it

Omar Abbosh, group chief executive of Accenture’s Communications, Media & Technology operating group, and Larry Downes, Senior Fellow with Accenture Research, published an article in Harvard Business Review highlighting the findings of a new Accenture survey of nearly 2,...

Trump’s 5G plan is more than a gift to his base

Kevin Werbach, a professor at the Wharton School and a former telecommunications policy advisor to the Clinton and Obama administrations, published an op-ed in The New York Times discussing the potential value of a 5G plan operating on a wholesale basis, in which carriers and othe...

Huawei ban won't make the US fall behind in 5G technology, experts say

According to experts, the U.S. will not fall behind in the introduction of next-generation 5G mobile networks if Huawei stays banned there, though smaller countries and potentially Europe could suffer from reduced competition. Experts told CNBC that Nokia, Ericsson and smaller riv...

What 5G can do for DC

Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association, published an op-ed in The Washington Examiner detailing the economic growth, faster speeds and enhanced user experience that 5G will bring residents in Washington, D.C. He highlighted that in order for 5G to b...

Five Myths About 5G, Debunked

A Wall Street Journal employee debunked several myths surrounding what 5G can and can’t do. He noted that 5G will enhance the user experience of other technologies by connecting devices, automating manufacturing, and its low latency connections. 5G’s low latencies will...

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