Examining Europe's push for a 5G wireless future

"If we get 5G right there won't be a 6G," says Andy Sutton, principal network architect at UK-based operator EE. Sutton contends that 5G networks involve more than just a shift to a new generation of mobile networks as with 2G, 3G and 4G. With 5G, he said, the industry is developing a solution that could fundamentally change society. "It's more subtle," he adds. FierceWirelessEurope recently examined the push being made by European operators for wide adoption of the next wireless network standard. You can read this report here.

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