5G has a rural issue
Relying on 5G and its successors to keep applying band-aids to gaping wounds simply isn’t going to suffice
Vodafone went for a bit of levity with its 5G trial launch this week - Max Gasparonni appeared via hologram for the press conference announcing plans for a 5G trial in the Dublin docklands - but a more serious matter awaits, and it knows the conversation is going to have to shift to the government in a hard way.
Gasparonni, the firm’s interim chief technical officer, was in Germany where it was likely a touch...
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