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5G will take enterprise mobility to the next level

Fifth generation mobile communication is about more than just increased speed: it will facilitate smart cities and autonomous vehicles and its implications for business are enormous

1st March, 2020
A big part of 5G growth will come from an explosion in the number of Internet-connected sensors in the physical world.

Doing business on the move is a well-established concept in Ireland, but the arrival of 5G is likely to bring more than just speed improvements, according to well-placed observers of the market.

“5G will be revolutionary, not evolutionary, from 4G. It’s going to have a big effect in terms of mobile working and what end users can do, from anywhere they have a 5G connection. It’s absolutely going to change the data access game and...

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