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UdyRegan
UdyRegan
10/11/2018 | 6:20:03 AM
Re: Mission to Mars
Consumers are always wanting improvements especially when technology is concerned. However, we cannot simply give in to their needs if resources are running low or go beyond what we expect. Things could get really expensive and even if we can provide what they demand for, will they really be willing to pay for it? Expensive enhancements mean expensive services and not everyone is willing to pay that much just for a small upgrade.
kq4ym
kq4ym
7/9/2018 | 8:13:53 AM
Re: Mission to Mars
As the mission to mars is an ongoing journey with lots of gaps to be filled, and missions to be defined, the 5G journey will most likely be very similar with lots of dreams and plausible and implausible drawings made up for what might be.
schlettie
schlettie
6/21/2018 | 2:20:09 PM
Mission to Mars
The "mission to Mars" arguments for 5G have always been bizarre.  Do you want the safety of your self-driving car to depend on the quality of your cellular connection?  Operating rooms won't have ethernet jacks?  We expect industry to invest tens of billions of dollars so that doctors can perform surgeries from their lounge chairs at the pool?


5G is only going to be a faster mobile Internet access service, just like 3G and 4G.  Consumers have shown near-zero interest in captive services offered by their ISP/mobile service providers.


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