AT&T's Wolter: 5G Isn't Just Bigger, Better, Faster
The next generation of wireless technology represents a fundamental change to accommodate massive IoT, some of which has critical needs, along with new spectrum bands, new radio equipment and the need for an access-agnostic network that supports multiple application needs. As AT&T's Dave Wolter explains, there is still a lot of work to be done to bring 5G to market, but that work is well underway, starting with test bed activity this summer.
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