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With President Trump’s administration demanding the UK Government ditch any plans to integrate Huawei a Chinese telecoms giant into the future 5G infrastructure or face the risk of tariffs on British cars, it’s important to consider what may be the alternative motivations.
Leased line connectivity holds several advantages over conventional broadband connections, but could 5G soon render it obsolete?
5G is being rolled out in cities across the world, but could it solve rural connectivity problems?
Ultimately, consumers and businesses want more data. 5G is the fifth generation of mobile internet connectivity. Faster download and upload speeds, more stable connections and wider coverage is promised. Radio spectrum is supposed to be improved enabling more devices to access the mobile internet simultaneously.
We look at what to expect when 5G is rolled out in 2020…